Lady Macbeth

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Norm

A stellar performance by Florence Pugh in her portrayal of the cold, callous, and calculating Mrs Katherine Leicester.

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Branka

This is a very sick movie. Complete waste of time. So many twist that it is so twisted and whole story could be put in 10 minutes.

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Maria

so many twists.

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