Punctuated with dark humor, “Nancy, Please” drew a penetrating character study that risked to take a few scenes to the extreme or even close to ridiculousness. But in the end, the sensation was positive... Review and Rating: http://alwayswatchgoodmovies.blogspot.pt/2013/06/nancy-please-2012.html
Semans and Heinrich draft an interesting horror of class, wherein Paul's 'good' life is overthrown by a seemingly aggressive and antagonistic lower-class female. As Paul waivers between ambiguous errors and assumptions, audience positioning deviates from identification and becomes one of fearful expectations of classist rhetoric. Ideas are useless in a post-doctoral world, betraying upper class hopes of redemption.