"The film follows 12 strangers, referred to as "deplorables" in the trailer, who mysteriously wake up in a clearing. They do not know where they are or how they got there. They discover that they have been chosen to be hunted in a game devised by a group of rich elites. The hunters gather in a remote facility called the Manor House, but their sport gets derailed when one of the hunted, Crystal (Gilpin), fights back and starts killing them one by one." wiki
The producers labelled this film "satire." OK I accept that and respond in kind.
I like the part at the end in which the Red State rural and middle class Trump supporters fight back. It would seem that in the film the "elites" are not good with guns. Actually the whole thing reminds me of the remark by Joy Bejar or Whoopie Goldberg, or maybe Bette Midler (?) that "if the Deplorables turn on us, what can we do? Hit them with our NPR tote bags?"
In the interest of the promotion of fine art and in search of a possible Oscar winner (or two or three), the film should be released.
We Deplorables need to see this film or hear of it and understand the venom residing in De Niro's Hollywood and that it is directed toward us. pl