The story is basic, but its presentation is tantalizingly off-kilter. Envy opens with a fragment from a scene that doesn't appear fully until the film's climax, a device reminiscent of Steven Soderbergh's The Limey. It whets the appetite, draws a little confusion, and sets up the possibility for unconventional storytelling. It's simple: A girl sits in a mall food court, looks at the camera, and then leaves.
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