The screening of this, already pompously delayed by the Weinstein Company, was cancelled at the last minute.
Critics had been instructed to bring signed embargo forms, thus holding them on oath against the disclosure of the film's "twists". Perhaps intended to whip up pre-release momentum, the delaying tactic turned out to be an irksome inconvenience: we showed up, and nobody saw it. The reason for its cancellation was said to be a fire in the screening theatre. Was that meant to be the twist?