Back on track, Hollywood likes it | Criticism

It is the “surprise film” of the Oscars, which apparently went unnoticed until its protagonist, Andrea Riseborough, was nominated for best actress (and the Academy even went to “review” the way the film and Riseborough were publicized, but not you can see why: it is as random a nomination as most of the others). It’s also the kind of story that usually bears fruit: that of a re-education for decency of a reckless character, who spent the lottery money on vices and now has to start from the bottom of the well to reach the surface again, and God knows how Hollywood loves these accounts of the conversion of strays to the good path.

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