She Dies Tomorrow

I have a co-worker and friend that was raised in England but has been living in American for the last 20+ years.  He is an excellent speaker and I’ve noticed that when he talks in meetings that things usually go his way.  I wouldn’t say that he is pushy…. “authoritative” is probably a better description.  He just sounds like he knows what he is talking about and when you couple that with the American fixation on an English accent it is easy to see how persuasive a person can be.

Anyway, my friend once said that the fact that he talks so authoritatively is the key to being persuasive and that it doesn’t matter if he is right, it only matters if people believe you.  This movie is the perfect example of that.  People tend to be impressed by people that are sure of themselves.  This movie (once you see what is going on) is the perfect example of that.  That said, once you see what they are going for the movie gets a bit stale toward the end but it’s still an interesting way to tell a story.

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Movie title: She Dies Tomorrow

Movie description: Amy is ravaged by the notion that she is going to die tomorrow, which sends her down a dizzying emotional spiral. When her skeptical friend Jane discovers Amy’s feeling of imminent death to be contagious, they both begin bizarre journeys through what might be the last day of their lives.

Date published: 2021-06-08

Director(s): Amy Seimetz

Actor(s): Kate Lyn Sheil, Jane Adams, Kentucker Audley, Katie Aselton, Chris Messina, Tunde Adebimpe, Jennifer Kim, Josh Lucas, Adam Wingard, Michelle Rodriguez, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Madison Calderon, James Benning, Oden Mack

Genre: Drama

My Review

I have a co-worker and friend that was raised in England but has been living in American for the last 20+ years.  He is an excellent speaker and I’ve noticed that when he talks in meetings that things usually go his way.  I wouldn’t say that he is pushy…. “authoritative” is probably a better description.  He just sounds like he knows what he is talking about and when you couple that with the American fixation on an English accent it is easy to see how persuasive a person can be.

Anyway, my friend once said that the fact that he talks so authoritatively is the key to being persuasive and that it doesn’t matter if he is right, it only matters if people believe you.  This movie is the perfect example of that.  People tend to be impressed by people that are sure of themselves.  This movie (once you see what is going on) is the perfect example of that.  That said, once you see what they are going for the movie gets a bit stale toward the end but it’s still an interesting way to tell a story.

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