“XX” feels surprisingly baffling in its irregularity, given its enlivened start. Four ladies coordinated four short blood and guts movies, each with a lady at its inside. Each stakes out an altogether different space inside the class from a wide assortment of points of view and voices. It’s an extraordinary thought, particularly since the loathsomeness field has a tendency to be so male-commanded.
While each portion has its minutes, however, none of them are totally fulfilling, and just a single of them really verges on hitting its planned target. There might be an unclear through line about overturning the customary female parts of mother, spouse and overseer, yet in the event that “XX” is attempting to put forth some kind of expression, it’s not doing as such with much lucidity or power. Continue reading “XX: Movie Review”