Run time: 84 mins

Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan star in a delightfully daffy road movie, from one half of the Cohen Brothers.


Ethan goes solo (with his writing partner, Tricia Cooke) to deliver a comedy with a unique, queer energy that can’t be found in any of the previous 18 films from the brothers. It has a specificity, in subject matter and period, that feels refreshing, a rare example of the Coen-canon that centres female, gay characters.


The film begins at the turn of the millennium, with two lesbian friends—shiftless Jamie (Qualley) and uptight Marian (Viswanathan)—taking a road trip to Florida after a bad breakup rips through their social circle. They’re unaware that the trunk of their rental car contains items coveted by ruthless criminals and corrupt politicians, wrapping the pair up in a deadly conspiracy.


This is a film that just wants to have a good time, its spirit embodied in Jamie, whose primary driving motivation is to get laid. There are two threads running throughout: a friendship between the leads; and a screwball caper, both threads exploding into total absurdity in the final act. It’s a hoot


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