Queen & Slim
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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this is a film that adds (and succeeds) to add some ambition to the thriller genre. 2 ships passing in the night, romances not taken, or missed depots along the way, places we wish, or should have unboarded, roads not taken, but not all is as it seems. But the film adds some weight with those exact questions and possibilities. What is a lie when it's essentially a truth. How far can we go when lies take on a life of their own? Do we love a person or how a person makes us feel, or can we fall in love with a lie. Behind this is a well-plotted mystery that, like the train in the title, takes along the track of the narrative with an intrigue with a destination at the end of the line. I've seen this film several times and each time it has grown in my estimation and I had high esteem for it from the initial viewing. the actors carry their roles with authenticity, the director hits his target,and in all I rate this film as a little gem.