Watch: Pig Hag 2019 123movies, Full Movie Online – Jodie, a woman in her mid-thirties, struggles with the pressure to find a partner and have children. When she attends a Guns N’ Roses concert, she thinks she may have met a potential suitor– until he ghosts on her..
Plot: When a thirty-something travel nurse meets a friendly mortician at a Guns ‘N Roses concert, she thinks she’s finally found her match — until he ghosts her the next day. Overwhelmed, she turns to her four gay best friends for support as she confronts hard truths and figures out her next move.
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I’m glad I sat through to the end.
I was definitely unconvinced about this movie in the beginning and, honestly, up until about halfway through. The constant anger spouted by Jodie, the protagonist (although she’s kind of also the antagonist), is definitely exhausting. Everyone knows or has known someone like her, someone who has so much anger inside of them that it comes out in every word they say, no matter what they’re talking about, and in her you are bound to see your own person and feel the exhaustion you’ve felt around them. In the first half of the movie, it definitely starts to feel like this is all this character has to offer, like the writer forgot to give her dimension or even just a setting below “full blast”. This, coupled with the borderline offensively stereotypical “LA gays” and the way that they’re portrayed as little more than a Greek Chorus doesn’t make for a particularly stimulating or even pleasant watch. However, the further into the movie we get, we start to see more of the real pain Jodie is in, and it does absolute wonders for the way a viewer can connect to her. The emotional range of Anna Schlegel becomes so much more apparent in these moments, and it’s the first time you get the feeling that any of the filmmakers really understood how to utilize her talent.
This is not a comfortable movie to watch and it might even feel somewhat pointless when all is said and done, but the fact of the matter is, not every movie needs to have a moral or even a sense of closure. While this movie has neither, it does provide a character study that I think isn’t seen very often, a truly unglamorous and relentless look at the ugliest places we go in our own heads when we feel unloved.
Totally Underrated Indie Film
Watching Pig Hag was a kind of therapeutic experience for me, something I did not expect at all. Let me clear a couple of things first: I’m not obese, not in my mid-thirties, and can go into a relationship with someone I like if I want to, on the other hand, I could relate to Jodie in the sense that no dick or nicety was capable of filling the hole inside her, the one created by the lack of self-esteem and years of being bullied. Even in a miracle scenario where Prince Charming on a white horse appears to make her his wife, we know that she will never be the happy spouse in those fairy tales, because abuse leaves marks, and in this case, a life time of trust issues. Jodie showed me that I’m not the only one, and that it is okay to find other ways to have fun.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Colby Holt, Sam Probst
Writer Colby Holt
Actors Anna Schlegel, Tony Jacksha, Nate Stoner
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
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