Never Rarely Sometimes Always review without spoilers
Released in: 2020
Genre: Drama, Social Issues
Showcasing the real-life issue, Never Rarely Sometimes Always encompasses many elements a few female goes through all over the world. Writer-director Eliza Hittman adeptly brings forward the evil-ish side of certain males in a nuanced way. The cinematography is average.
Though the plot mainly focuses on Autumn, however, the director wants to tell the audience to watch her surroundings as well. The manager scene at the store is one example of it. The film also showcases the bonding of Autumn and Skylar, and the understanding between them. The film doesn't preach anything. It showcases what certain females go through when something unimaginable happens with them. It's upon the viewers to understand their circumstances and their decisions.
My final verdict: Simplistic. Emotional. Worth the time.
My overall score: 7.9⭐/10
Available On: Amazon Prime Video