We Had It Coming Sends a Message that Women Deserve Better

We Had It Coming Sends a Message that Women Deserve Better
The synopsis for We Had It Coming says, "In this allegorical tale of woman versus man, Anna looks to avenge her younger sister who was tormented by an abusive pimp."

Writer, producer, and director Paul Barbeau has crafted a tale in which Anna, in her course for vengeance, is subjected to a torrent of unwarranted, negligent, and abusive behavior from pretty much every man in her path.

Barbeau credits the Jeffrey Epstein affair and Ghislaine Maxwell's role in it as his launching point, seemingly hoping to expose the sad realities that women are still victimized almost daily for myriad reasons without even realizing it.

Perhaps using a drug- and prostitution-fueled plot robs the story of some of its allegorical validity.

The points are so in your face that you don't get much time to consider how it relates to the subtler indignities women suffered like those deceived by Epstein.
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