You can easily look at Fresh as just a cautionary tale of the pitfalls of dating, but in reality it’s a much more pointed look at the old adage that men just see women as pieces of meat
Does anybody like the dating scene? Whether or not people are willing to admit it, the entire venture is not just a crap shoot for everyone–but a whole distinct world of disappointment and woe for women. But just how dangerous can meeting someone else be for anyone? With her feature length directorial debut of a script from Lauryn Kahn, Mimi Cave explores the pitfalls of the dark world that could await us all.
Unwanted advances, staggeringly self centered cads, catfish masters; the list could go on forever and I do not envy any woman entering the world of not just dating, but specifically online dating
Noa (Daisy Edgar-Jones) is like anyone else– She’s looking for a partner in life and has been spending her time swiping through profiles on a popular dating app. Continue reading “Film Review: The Oddly Fresh Take on Dating from “Fresh””