Initially offbeat, Bitch awkwardly pivots toward a more inspirational story of regret and reconciliation.
The film, like the misattributed quote Anna solemnly parrots, is as hollow as the old tree in the Beams’ backyard.
The Walking Dead’s characters are fleetingly enticed by the idea of a better future, one that doesn’t involve scavenging to survive.
The framing is overtly prescriptive, an image made to carry more than its maximum weight. When has freedom been undermined, and how?
It takes shape rather unexpectedly, with four short, open-ended vignettes following different groupings of characters that made it out of the prison.