Film Review: Felt (2014): A Scathing Response to Rape Culture

Felt (2014) Film Review, a movie directed by Jason Banker, and starring Amy Everson, Kentucker Audley, Ryan Creighton, Elisabet Ferrara, Roxanne Lauren Knouse, Merkley, Brendan Miller, Allana Reynolds, Tony Ruiz, Mark Skubala and Brandileigha Stracner

Coming out of Fantastic Fest, there was an Austin Texas sized buzz surrounding Jason Banker’s latest film, Felt. After the film’s premiere, Felt’s incisive look at rape culture sparked numerous reviews and think pieces. Felt is an unquestionably unique film; it openly defies the utilization of a traditional narrative structure and allows a first time actor’s (Amy Everson) performance to anchor the entire movie. Felt is an art house flick through and through. Banker leans heavily on the enthralling performance of Everson to keep his narratively diffuse film afloat.

The film introduces us to Amy as a woman recovering from a trauma, one that haunts her in her dreams and causes a

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