Queen of Earth

Queen of Earth

This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

This review may contain spoilers.

In which Alex Ross Perry demonstrates that depression does not come neatly delineated in a three-act-structure with coherent characters and meaningful dialogue. An uncanny feeling emerges, one of claustrophobic dread that is utterly unshakeable. Queen of Earth refuses to resolve itself in the conventional sense (i.e., with its main character killing somebody), and that makes it all the more eerie (and unique). I have to see it again, but I am fascinated and intrigued and repulsed all at the same time.

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