that the trouble these women are in involves not being able to dress themselves — as if, perhaps, they were mentally deficient or something.
And the trailer appears to bear this out. The mentally deficient part, at least, since these women appear not to know where babies come from and that shouting is a good response to a temporary problem; they’re unable to operate automobiles without running someone over (we all know that women are terrible drivers and worst pedestrians: they get run over “all the time”); also, they’re so stupid that they don’t realize men do not have to mentally undress them if they’re already naked.
I don’t see how that one woman is “in trouble,” though, because her significant other is a jerk who cheats on her: surely he’s the one who’s in trouble, because she’s about to dump him, right?
“If we don’t tell people how we feel, what are we doing here?” See, because that’s what women do: we never ever shut up about our feelings.
For what it’s worth, writer-director Sebastian Gutierrez is one of the dudes who wrote Snakes on a Plane, so perhaps I shouldn’t have expected much more than this.
Women in Trouble opens in the U.S. on November 13; no U.K. release date has been announced.
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