Cusp (2021). Cusp: Directed by Isabel Bethencourt, Parker Hill. In the lazy days of a Texas summer, three teenage girls navigate friendship, relationships, and toxic masculinity as they make the transition to the adult world.
“Once I start watching this, it gave me a flashback of events in during after school Summer as I was chilling with some friends, lazy or activities or whatever, and took some time individually of relaxing, tension, entertainment, and gets together, regardless of what mood you are in.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMajority of time in this show, it was about a girl and theirs friends visiting on several local friends and place. Some of it are just boring, some of it was interesting. I donu0026#39;t want to spoils it for some of you who havenu0026#39;t seen it so Iu0026#39;ll leave it for you to judge it with your own opinion.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI donu0026#39;t get it why the director calls those males u0026quot;Toxic Masculinityu0026quot; as she described this movie all because they are being a boy. I mean come on…… majority of all men arenu0026#39;t into dressing up, wearing a heavy makeup, nor being a pretty boy, nor even acting like feminine.”