Kirsten Dunst described her role as the most challenging part she has ever done, even more challenging than her acclaimed roles in Lars von Trier's Melancholia (2011) and the television series Fargo (2015 season). See more »
Remember when we used to play in the woods together? I got lost that one summer. When I turned around, you were gone. When they found me, I almost didn't want to come back.
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The cinematography is very well-done, and that's it for the positives because overall the film is a very slow-moving Wannabe Art Film that's poorly written and slowly devolves into an overblown, confusing downer with little or no meaning. Kirsten Dunst is a tremendous actress, but there is absolutely nothing in this screenplay for her to work with.
Think- Indica, as in, "in-duh!-ca".
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