‘Materna’ Sets Up A Subway Thriller But Refuses To Go Deep [Review]
Every New Yorker has a subway story, a tale of culture clash, entitlement, cacophonic calamity, or worse.
The subways of New York City are a breeding ground for tension, what with the rush of strangers, the jarring disruptions, and the uncaringly close quarters.
For women, it’s even more stressful, as too many men use the claustrophobic enclosure as a means of exploiting a literally captive audience.
This is how “Materna” begins, on a subway with one ranting man (Sturgill Simpson) disturbing his fellow passengers.Continue reading ‘Materna’ Sets Up A Subway Thriller But Refuses To Go Deep [Review] at The Playlist.
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