In this podcast we review American Mary directed and written by the Soska Sisters and starring Katharine Isabelle.
[0:35] American Mary synopsis
[3:05] Previous output from the Soska Sisters and expectations
[6:05] Dead Hooker In A Trunk
[8:43] Strong female protagonists
[12:30] Is Mary crazy?
[16:36] The visuals and body modifications
[19:10] Acceptance and alternative culture
[20:38] Original and politically engaged horror
[22:35] The wider reach of American Mary
[29:10] Spoiler: college professor and party. Too cliched?
[31:30] Love element
[35:12] Soska Twins cameo
[37:45] The British cop
[41:00] Were the male characters purposefully underdeveloped?
[46:00] The climax
[50:00] Final thoughts
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