CHEVALIER — Review by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

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Like a black comedy feminist Deliverance, Athina Rachel Tsangari finds lying within the cracks of masculine performativity an inherent struggle with the omnipresent ‘threat’ of the feminine. Indulging in a luxury fishing holiday on the Aegean Sea, a casual conversation launches what will become a driving obsession for its six protagonists as they establish the ground rules of “Chevalier”, a game whose winner is collectively decided to be the man who is “the best in general”. Read more>>

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Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Alexandra Heller-Nicholas is a multi-award-winning film critic and author who has published nine books on cult, horror and exploitation cinema with an emphasis on gender politics, including the 2020 book ‘1000 Women in Horror, 1898-2018’ which was included on Esquire Magazine’s list of the best 125 books written about Hollywood. Alexandra is a contributing editor at Film International, a columnist at Fangoria, an Adjunct Professor at Deakin University, and a member of the advisory board of the Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies (LA, NYC, London).