If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power (2021) 1080p

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Genres:
Drama | Fantasy
Resolution:
1920*896
Size:
944.83M
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
8.6 / 10 
MPR:
R
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Downloaded:
2318
Seeds:
55
Peers:
2
Directors: Colin Tilley [Director] ,


Movie Description:
If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power, an hour-long film experience set to the music of Halsey's upcoming album, introduces a young pregnant Queen, Lila, as she wrestles with the manipulative chokehold of love to ultimately discover that the ability to create life (and end it) unlocks the paranormal power within her. —AMC Theatres

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Reviews

Halsey demonstrates incredible creative talent and diversity.

This is a great experience - the music and the costumes are gloriously divine. The casting and production are seamless and beautiful. My only complaint is I could have used MORE and the additive of more dialogue though the story being moved by imagery and symbolism were riveting. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

Five stars for halfway there

This video featured great vocals, beautiful imagery; both hallmarks of a great music video. But it missed the mark for me on a couple of levels. First, if you are going to tell a story, make it something fresh (at least a fresh twist). We don't need retellings of history and all the trappings pf misogyny without hope. Women have felt this tale, lived this tale, throughout time. When you create a nee story within this theme, present some element of empowerment. This give the illusion of that, but it is just delusion.

Maybe they wanted a dark tale. But they could have spun it away from the cliche.

The film tells the story of mothers who go to great lengths to give birth to their children.

The film has a special fantasy story that is told in a mysterious atmosphere rather than scary and makes the viewer curious about what is going to happen inside the film. The very good atmosphere of the film makes the viewer constantly feel the feeling of horror and fear within himself. In addition, there is a feminist thinking within the film that associates the viewer with mothers who are oppressed and the viewer sympathizes with them.
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