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Follows a dominatrix and Hal, her wealthy client, and the disaster that ensues when Hal tries to end their relationship. (R, 96 min.)


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A wickedly dark comedy follows dominatrix, Rebecca (Emmy Award® nominee Margaret Qualley), and her wealthy client, Hal (Christopher Abbott), as they engage in a high stakes role playing game for power and control. In the wake of inheriting his father's hotel chain, Hal attempts to end his long and secret relationship with Rebecca. A battle of wills ensues over the course of one incredibly fraught night, with both Rebecca and Hal struggling to keep the upper hand as the power dynamics swing wildly back and forth. [NEON]

Starring: Margaret Qualley, Christopher Abbott
Director: Zachary Wigon
Genre(s): Drama, Thriller

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"A twisty, surprisingly heartfelt battle of wills."

— John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter

"This is a terrifically nasty thriller about seizing control, over others and over oneself. Wigon proves to have a great grasp on it, as well; his assuredness is half of the film’s success."

— Amy Nicholson, Variety

"The performers here have such generous chemistry with one another and it’s a joy to watch them play out this psychosexual commentary on gender and power roles with such artistic fervor."

— Brian Tallerico,

"It is a character study that creeps up on you, deploying well-timed darker comedic moments that set up the cutting dramatic ones all the better. There is no pretentiousness or ego to either of the stunning performances, ensuring we are hit with the maximum impact of a maniacal masterclass of acting from Abbott and Qualley."

— Chase Hutchinson, Collider

"Wigon’s sleek, seductive drama — as contained and actor-driven as a stage play, though shot so expressively that it could only be cinema — breaks down this pairing just to build it back up from scratch, testing the viability of a connection rooted in guarded performance as it crawls on all fours toward a more open, authentic intimacy."

— Charles Bramesco, The Playlist