• Film ID:
  • 20796
  • Availability:
  • DVD Available from Shop
  • Film cert:
  • Running time:
  • DVD=98 min.
  • Nationality(ies):
  • America.
  • Primary Language(s):
  • English.
BIT (2019)
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A transgender teenage girl on summer vacation in Los Angeles fights to survive after she falls in with four queer feminist vampires, who try to rid the city's streets of predatory men. This is definitely one of the better movies out there when it comes to story, food for thought and moral lessons (even though most people seem to miss what the point they were trying to make is). Could have done without a lot of the dialogue and should have been polished a bit more before the script was finalized, but overall I loved the style and the strong points it did have were amazing. For those who think this is a feminist's power fantasy, it's not, it does introduce the narrative of men not being able to handle power and the "women's club" that punishes the ones who abuse it, but it does challenge all of that. The writer/director has a lot of talent and is actually a he, if you hadn't checked that yet. While I did enjoy it quite a bit, it could have been so much better. It had such powerful blasts of creativity and originality, but fell so flat during a lot of the dialogue scenes, especially as the protagonist was being introduced. It was surprisingly in touch with reality, you never feel like there's a holier-than-thou protagonist and bad, bad antagonist, the movie manages to both portray how not black-and-white things are and still have you know who you're supposed to root for. tl:dr I'm sad it isn't as amazing as it could have been, but you won't be wasting your time watching it.

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