Moral ambiguity, vagueness, and grey fog is what makes films like I Care A Lot so enjoyable.
Willow begins to experience something very out of the ordinary. Something magical. Suddenly everything she knows to be true is called into question- could this be the start of the adventure she’s been dreaming of? Or will it become a nightmare?
Like Captain Marvel meets John Wick, Commander Roa is her to kick ass and take names.
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