Movie Review: Groupers 2019
Groupers is a 2019 independent feature film directed and written by Anderson Cowan. The film follows a graduate student named Meg who tries to understand why two young men who attacked her in an alleyway have become fascinated with her.
The movie tells the story of gender dynamics and sexuality with an intellectual approach, which may not be everyone’s cup of tea. But it doesn’t take long for the plot to twist as Meg takes extreme measures to teach her attackers a lesson.
The performances are compelling enough, especially considering this was a low-budget movie. Nicole Dambro delivers a solid performance as Meg and has good chemistry with Peter Mayer-Klepchick who plays one of her attackers.
The cinematography is decent for an independent feature film, though there are some scenes where the lighting could have been improved.
Overall, Groupers is an intriguing indie flick that explores some complex themes in modern society. If you’re looking for something thought-provoking or intellectually stimulating, this might be worth checking out. However, if you prefer more action-packed plots or light-hearted comedy films then you might want to give this one a pass.
Release : 2019-03-09
Genre : Comedy, Drama
Runtime : 109
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Company : Cold Cockle Productions
Cast : Nicole Dambro as Meg, Peter Mayer-Klepchick as Brad, Cameron Duckett as Dylan, Jesse Pudles as Orin, Brian Ioakimedes as Talkie
GROUPERS – Official Comedy Trailer official trailer