Wow. I honestly don't know where to begin. Warning: This film has one male character and several female characters. But it is obvious in every moment that a man's fantasy created the script and the film. The final shot of the film has the man on stage, in the spotlight, people cheering for him. And then we see his daughter, backlit, in the shadows, coming to him, willing to stand on the fringes of his glory-moment. Yep. That's the happy ending folks! I hope someone will take this movie and use it, scene by scene, to deconstruct toxic masculinity. Every single scene is soaked in it.
(Sidenote: I chose to watch this movie because Amazon recommended it based on my interest in "Better Things". I wish Amazon had a better algorithm for recommendations.)