Starring: Jessica Chastain, Mark Strong
If you're looking for a film which is intelligent, witty and highly engaging, then Miss Sloane is definitely a winner.
Elizabeth Sloane (Jessica Chastain) is the most anticipated and arduous lobbyist in D.C. Her desire to win brings her face to face with the most powerful opponent of her career, raising the stakes and begging the question, what price is she willing to pay in order to win?
This film was thoroughly enjoyable to watch. Jessica Chastain gave an award-winning performance which could not be faulted. Her character development was phenomenal, leaving a fog of mystery and surprise behind her. This kept the audience hooked with a desire to know more about her ambiguous past, along with enthusiasm at her ability to remain unpredictable throughout.
The non-linear structure of the movie was easy to follow and incorporated flash backs from the onset. The storyline was very well written and intriguing, addressing the controversial topic of gun laws in America. This gave the audience something to grip onto, allowing them to raise their own opinions upon the films conclusion. Jade Morellini