Sharp and entertaining, Collapse pulls back from the brink of subversion
While set amid an ongoing social crisis, Collapse edges away from that terrain as if from a dizzying height and retreats into personalizing discourse about romantic love and middle-class domesticity. That's the kind of turn that leads from the potentially subversive back toward the status quo.
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