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This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Sean Baker has a way of making some of the most real and authentic films I have ever seen. The way he writes, directs, and edits here is absolutely incredible, with of course some amazing shots mixed in there as well. There’s uses of really clever zoom-shots and beautiful color palettes all over the place.
This is, by all means, a dark comedy. The lead character is an asshole, a predator, a groomer, and a has-been, but we see the…