Kimi (2022)

Zoë Kravitz is absolutely spellbinding in this visceral, white-knuckle, startlingly-prognostic, hyperbolic cat-and-mouse game drenched in atmospheric paranoia, corporate assassin thrills, mental health, agoraphobia, and post-covid conspiracy – even if it’s a bit more of a lean, agile, bare amuse-bouche than full-course. 8/10.

Plot Synopsis: A tech worker with agoraphobia discovers recorded evidence of a violent crime, but is met with resistance when she tries to report it. Seeking justice, she must do the thing she fears the most: she must leave her apartment.

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