SOFT & QUIET – Review by Liz Wittemore

Having a film run in real-time is already bold. In Soft & Quiet, that is the tip of the iceberg. Essentially, a group of Karens sharing their super-racist views embrace each other at their first official group meeting. When they decide to move the gathering to a more comfortable location, the women stop at a local store for refreshments, leading to an altercation between their group and two “other” women. Dissatisfied with the outcome of the verbal assault, the group takes the violence directly to their victim’s home.

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