Split: Schlock Treatment, by Tyler Smith

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  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    An interesting thing about Anya Taylor-Joy’s character is that she doesn’t immediately take charge in an escape attempt (even as the camera’s focus tells us she’s to be the film’s protagonist). The other girls get separated first because they are bold enough to do so, while she is often too frightened to do much. She is, however, the first to figure out their abductor has multiple personalities and to realize how to manipulate one of them.

  2. John Shannon says:

    I would appreciate some sort of Spoiler Space to hear your thoughts on the full film, and hear what other BP listeners/readers have to say. The whole picture…it is a hell of a thing.

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