The knowing use of varying hues and blurred frames was quite appealing stylistically, even cool. The characters and relationships most enjoyable in this movie were fleeting in nature; components remarkably and conspicuously absent after introduction for most of the film. By the end of the film, Armstrong and Goodrich have come to terms with their lingering feelings for one another, and with the mutual attraction they share for Guerrero. As this becomes his new profession, the corporate witch-hunt for a fall guy continues with him in the spotlight. All I can say is that if you do proceed, do so with caution, as it's the biggest blunder I've come across so far from his career.
The last time I checked, Lesbians were women who were into women, and did not lust after men.
But Make It Fashion
Monica Belluci has a small role. Surprisingly, it all has a place, and for the most part works pretty well. For sure, Lee is a talented director and knows how to tell a story, even disturbing for your beliefs. For one time, you see a man becoming a "sex-object" and it's great to achieve this sort of equality with women in charge. Also in the storyline is Monica Bellucci's character get impregnated with her mob family knowing about it. By the end of the film, you feel connected with Jack, Fatima, Alex and all the other characters surrounding them.