Brand New Cherry Flavor 2021 review
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Opening Shot: A cat wriggles on a dark, windy road. A car is speeding down that road, the driver fiddling with the radio. The cat manages to get out of the way right before the car smushes it pieces.

The Gist: Lisa Nova (Rosa Salazar) is driving that car, a beat-up ’70s-era Trans Am. A graphic says: “EARLY ’90s. On The Way to Los Angeles.” Lisa stops to call a former boyfriend she knows in LA and tells him she’s on the way and can she crash at his place. All the while a mysterious man on a motorcycle is hovering nearby.

When she gets to LA she finds the apartment of her ex, Code (Manny Jacinto), whose girlfriend Christine (Hannah Levien) is more than a little wary of her. But she’s also one of the few people hanging around the flat that’s not in the business; she’s in real estate.

Lisa is there to meet a big-time producer, Lou Burke (Eric Lange), who showed interest in the horror short she made and sent around (on VHS in those days). When she meets him, he’s the usual Hollywood big-shot quirky: Wearing sunglasses indoors, drinking coffee with his sushi, spewing all sorts of bromides about his experiences in show business. But he also likes her film and wants to make a feature version of it. She wants to direct as well as write. He promises that, and the contract he sends over after he options the short says she will direct.

Christine gets Lisa an apartment in a seedy neighborhood, where on one of her first nights there, she sees a group of cats eating from the carcass of what looks like a much bigger cat.

Lou takes Lisa under his wing, trying to shape her pitch and get her past the usual, “I love movies” and “I’m different from other directors” platitudes. He even takes her to a big Hollywood party to introduce her to a backer. There, she sees weird things like a mask that shows people’s thoughts on a screen, and she meets a weird lady named Boro (Catherine Keener), who his holding a cat and tells Lisa that “for you, I could hurt someone.” She scrawls the corner on which she lives on Lisa’s arm.

Before the party, Lou made a pass at Lisa, which she rejected. He tries a more overt pass when they stop on a cliff overlooking the city. When she rejects it and the ride home, he leaves. The next morning, Code tells Lisa that Lou is taking meetings with someone else to direct her film. She storms into his mansion demanding answers. He just gives bromides on “promises vs. arrangements” and others. But when he chokes her in his driveway, she goes to the corner inscribed on her arm and looks for Boro. And then things get really, really weird.

Opening Shot: A cat wriggles on a dark, windy road. A car is speeding down that road, the driver fiddling with the radio. The cat manages to get out of the way right before the car smushes it pieces.

The Gist: Lisa Nova (Rosa Salazar) is driving that car, a beat-up ’70s-era Trans Am. A graphic says: “EARLY ’90s. On The Way to Los Angeles.” Lisa stops to call a former boyfriend she knows in LA and tells him she’s on the way and can she crash at his place. All the while a mysterious man on a motorcycle is hovering nearby.

When she gets to LA she finds the apartment of her ex, Code (Manny Jacinto), whose girlfriend Christine (Hannah Levien) is more than a little wary of her. But she’s also one of the few people hanging around the flat that’s not in the business; she’s in real estate.

Lisa is there to meet a big-time producer, Lou Burke (Eric Lange), who showed interest in the horror short she made and sent around (on VHS in those days). When she meets him, he’s the usual Hollywood big-shot quirky: Wearing sunglasses indoors, drinking coffee with his sushi, spewing all sorts of bromides about his experiences in show business. But he also likes her film and wants to make a feature version of it. She wants to direct as well as write. He promises that, and the contract he sends over after he options the short says she will direct.

Christine gets Lisa an apartment in a seedy neighborhood, where on one of her first nights there, she sees a group of cats eating from the carcass of what looks like a much bigger cat.

Lou takes Lisa under his wing, trying to shape her pitch and get her past the usual, “I love movies” and “I’m different from other directors” platitudes. He even takes her to a big Hollywood party to introduce her to a backer. There, she sees weird things like a mask that shows people’s thoughts on a screen, and she meets a weird lady named Boro (Catherine Keener), who his holding a cat and tells Lisa that “for you, I could hurt someone.” She scrawls the corner on which she lives on Lisa’s arm.

Before the party, Lou made a pass at Lisa, which she rejected. He tries a more overt pass when they stop on a cliff overlooking the city. When she rejects it and the ride home, he leaves. The next morning, Code tells Lisa that Lou is taking meetings with someone else to direct her film. She storms into his mansion demanding answers. He just gives bromides on “promises vs. arrangements” and others. But when he chokes her in his driveway, she goes to the corner inscribed on her arm and looks for Boro. And then things get really, really weird.

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