Mayday

2021

Action / Drama / Fantasy

157
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 237

Synopsis


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October 1, 2021

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Cast

Soko as Margot
Zlatko Buric as Max / The Cook
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916.3 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
100 min
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1.84 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
100 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MiguelAReina 3 / 10 / 10

Women on the warpath

Although the first half hour is attractive in the development of the mystery and confusion it causes in the viewer, from the moment that the director has no intention of giving explanations, you must assume this world of female soldiers in constant warfare. As Alice falls into the rabbit hole, Ana is introduced into this world through an oven and then we witness a simplistic and childish game of misandry.

Reviewed by lotekguy-1 1 / 10 / 10

Novel, minimalist approach to feminist drama

The movie opens with Ana (Grace Van Patten), a young waitress being treated quite harshly in several ways, including the most personal. She opens an oven door to discover a Narnia-like portal to another realm. But this one's a grim war zone, in which she joins a few other women living in a bunker, and learns to fight the male armies around them. Her situation is rather vaguely defined. Is she dead? Is she dreaming? Is this a true alternate universe? The tale unfolds with Ana gaining skills and confidence as she bonds with the others. Her journey begins to seem more akin to The Wizard of Oz, with abuse playing the causative role of Dorothy's tornado. We watch the quartet of young kindred spirits employing several tactics for bumping off the males of the surrounding armies and navies, including the eponymous distress signal. We also watch Ana's determination and coping abilities blossom in that barren, post-apocalyptic setting. Eventually, the war begins to seem endless and pointless, spurring her to take the initiative and alter her path. The production is quite minimalist in every respect, from locations to costumes and cast size. Much is achieved via communications with offstage voices in the gloomy, gray exteriors, and even darker interior sets. It's a message film that winds up being anything but subtle, with little joy for its principals along the way, other than a whimsical musical sequence in the latter half. The premise and tone from writer/director Karen Cinnore are relatively unique, which makes this film intriguing. The same can be said for Van Patten's performance as she evolves under duress.

Reviewed by stoseanko 1 / 10 / 10

Just a misandrist fantasy by a 'Karen'

The film is just about killing innocent men who the protagonists don't even know about. The reason they do it is because they were treated badly who has same genitals. Every evil person has a terrible history, but that doesn't justify why the person should be evil. The main characters simply murders the people who came to save them. The misandrists are portrayed as charismatic and heroic instead of evil. The film just end by the character Ana derails the idea of murdering the men who they don't know about, that's it.

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