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May (2002) Rating:
- Dylan = 9 / 10;
- Raoul = 7.5 / 10;
- Simina = 7 / 10;
- IMDB = 6.7/10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 7.5/10.
May (2002) Synopsis:
May is a young woman with really poor social skills. Hence, she barely has any friends. When things suddenly go better and she meets a nice guy, she starts to have strange thoughts.
May (2002) Review:
May is a great horror and a very original story. At first, it may look like a romantic comedy to unaware viewers. All the elements of a love story are here: the girl, not so pretty that will become pretty, the nice guy, etc… This part was a little long, but still entertaining due to the fact that May is not the usual teen but a total weirdo.
Luckily, soon enough, the film lets you understand that something is fundamentally wrong. The film builds a good deal of suspense by not letting you know what is wrong for quite a large part of the film. In a clever contrast with the romantic aspect, some scenes are really sick and will destabilize many. Angela Bettis is used to playing the role of the psycho girl (Carrie, Sick Girl), and here she is once again perfect, giveîng all its strength to the movie.
The end gives all its meaning to the film. Despite being predictable, I found it really disturbing. A great movie that I strongly recommended to those who enjoyed Carrie, Ginger Snaps or again the recent yet great Excision.