What happens when a man welcomes in a couple of lost girls into his house, who try to seduce him, and succeed, and then won't leave?
He offers to call a cab, then offers to drive them, but they won't go. They turn his house, and world, upside down. One thing leads to another and suddenly he's a prisoner in his own home. Everything's gone wrong.
The movie's well-filmed, and acted (props Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas), with surprisingly intimate scenes - artistic too, and a strange kind of savagery... but without violence. It is a thriller. It is heavy.
And after all that... that's how it ends? The irony. The humility. The disappointment. The twisted comedy when it all goes down... how can you possibly like an ending like this?! It's neither good or bad. It's just wrong. It's just depressing. No matter how well-filmed and creatively unique it is.
It also reminds me of Spring Breakers, but Keanu makes this one his own, even if I definitely liked the former a lot more than this one. It had some form of justice to it. This... just is. I think the end is what jumps it from a top score to I must rate it:
rated 4/5: fo shizzle