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The Perfection will test your capacity for misdirection, implied sexual violence, and copious amounts of vomit.
The horror film, which debuted on Netflix last week, stars Allison Williams as Charlotte, a former cello prodigy who reunites with her mentor (Steven Weber) and sets her sights on new rising star Lizzie (Logan Browning).
The film nudges you into thinking Charlotte is trying to make Lizzie disappear out of jealousy, culminating in a scene in which the two travel by bus through the Chinese countryside–and Lizzie becomes violently ill. Trapped on a bus. With no windows to roll down. And lots of bodily fluids that want to come out. Also, maggots and roaches.
Williams told People that the scene was inspired by director Richard Shepard’s own experience of getting sick on a bus in Mexico. There’s also a scene in which Lizzie, desperate and hallucinating, cuts off her own hand.
woke up early to watch the perfection before work this morning... literally bout to call in sick lmao that was fucked UPPPP— rico salty (@kylielipclit_) May 27, 2019
Not everyone was sickened by the content. Some just wanted to shout out the film’s bigger themes.
BRO BROOO#ThePerfection— liptonlikethetea (@liptonlikethet) May 25, 2019
✅ TWIST UPON TWIST
✅ FANTASTIC STORY TELLING
✅ THE REVENGE PLOT WE DESERVE
✅ DID I MENTION SO POWERFULLY GAY
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Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.