The Nest (2020) – Review

The Nest (2020) – Review
With the start of Autumn just a few days away, it’s time to get serious at the cinema. Though with this year’s unique (to say the least) circumstances we didn’t get much in the way of escapist “popcorn” flicks this Summer. But the big awards films are beginning to trickle in, and so we’re given this somber drama all about the “unraveling” of a marriage. At this time last year, the Netflix-produced feature, appropriately titled Marriage Story, ended up with many such trophies as it told the tale of the “uncoupling” of a duo (with a son). It did deal with the reasons for the “break”, mainly one half’s ‘loss of individual identity” along with the element of infidelity. That’s a big reason for splitting in most dramas, along with abuse (substance and physical/verbal). But, the movies haven’t often dealt with
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