• Rating: R
  • Character: Steve
  • Directed by: Mimi Cave
  • Written by: Lauryn Kahn
  • Cast Members: Daisy Edgar Jones, Jojo Gibbs
  • Released date: March 4, 2022`
  • Genre: Comedy, Horror, Thriller
  • Duration: 1hr 54min
  • The horrors of modern dating seen through one young woman's defiant battle to survive her new boyfriend's unusual appetites.

    Production Images

    Trailer

    Trivia

    • The title of the movie and intro credits don't appear until 33 minutes into the movie.
    • Mimi Cave's directorial debut.
    • First film released under Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures to be rated R18+ in Australia.
    • When Noa and Steve are having dinner about 75 minutes into the movie, the song playing in the background is a violin-cover of the Radiohead song "Exit music (for a film)".
    • Although none of this movie was filmed in Portland, the GPS screenshot Paul takes of Mollie's location is of the Portland area, and the pin is set to Plumper Pumpkin Patch & Tree Farm in the West Hills area.
    • 16 years is the age difference between the leads 39 y/o Sebastian Stan (b.1982) vs 23 y/o Daisy Edgar Jones (b.1998).
    • The song in French playing while Noa and Steve are on their way to his place goes as follows: "While waiting for the end of the end of the world / you want to believe that the story ends up all right".
    • Spoilers
      The trivia items below may give away important plot points.
    • When Noa and Steve first meet in the supermarket, a large sign in the background is shown above Noa that says "fresh meats".
    • Penny tells Noa "I hope he fucking chokes" (referring to Steve). When Noa and Steve have dinner together for the first time, the song we hear is an instrumental version of "Exit Music (For a Film)" by Radiohead, whose closing lines (in the original vocal version) are "we hope that you choke, that you choke", repeated three times.
    • Steve tells Noa that he does not eat animals. He did not lie to her if he considers humans to be more than animals.
    Quotes

      Steve: It's about giving. Giving yourself over to somebody. Becoming one with somebody else, forever. And that's... That's a beautiful thing. That's surrender. That's love.

    Script developed by Never Enough Design / Edited by KaciElizabeth