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After losing her band mate and brother to a drug overdose, rising rock star Hayley finds herself in a downward spiral. The new album from her band Plush is received as a critical and commercial disaster. She finds new hope and friendship in Enzo, the replacement guitarist who inspires her to reach new creative heights. But soon their collaboration crosses the line and Hayley, who is married with two children, retreats from Enzo's advances. As Hayley slowly discovers Enzo's dark and troubled history, she realizes she may have let a madman into her home and that her mistake may cost the… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 29%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"It feels so inauthentic at every turn, it's as if the film itself is unsure of what it's supposed to be."
‑ Christy Lemire,
"Plush is a twisted tale of obsession, and the great performances from the entire cast make for a delightfully dark movie."
‑ Alexander Lowe, We Got This Covered
"Ultimately Plush exceeds its very limited expectations of a youth-oriented erotic thriller. It's arch, smart, and incredibly melodramatic."
‑ Drew Taylor, The Playlist
"Plush is all over the map, but when its characters prattle on about how important their art is amidst all that terrible pose-heavy music, its really insufferable."
‑ Eric Melin,
"Plush is just a B-movie B-side that few will take note of, a modern riff on Fatal Attraction that shoots for edgy, and lands on silly."
‑ Jen Chaney, The Dissolve
"Plush feels too familiar to leave any sort of impression. It throws together a cast that is mostly full of actors from similar genres, but even then Plush seems like a rehash of everything each actor did previously."
‑ Chris Sawin,
"Doesn't have a single interesting idea to share, wallowing in excess and stupidity, paying more attention to the thickness of eyeliner than the complexity of its mystery."
‑ Brian Orndorf,
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