Subject: THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI (no spoilers)
Trying to prod police response to a crime against her family, a woman
buys ad space. The Oscar-nommed THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING,
MISSOURI is a slice of wacky, winsomely tragic Americana. For me, its
charms lay more in its several character arcs than in its insights.
(And I must note here that a couple of those arcs felt incomplete.)
Still, the writing often shines, and I was fully engaged throughout. As
a b.p. nominee should be, it's well recommended.
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