Take a second look In a brand-new video for Wanuri Kahiu’s “Look Both Ways,” Lili Reinhart poses the question, “Can a single moment transform your life?” The Netflix film, which stars the “Riverdale” and “Hustlers” actress, has a plot similar to Gwyneth Paltrow’s “Sliding Doors” from 1998: a pivotal event splits a woman’s life into two distinct directions.
One Natalie becomes pregnant after hooking up with a buddy the night of her college graduation. She continues to live in her hometown while adjusting to being a young mother. The alternate Natalie doesn’t become pregnant and relocates to Los Angeles to further her profession.
The rigours of parenting have outgrown Version 1.0. I’m not an artist. She fears, “I don’t see my pals. She “cannot conceive” what her “life would have looked like in LA,” according to her own admission. She grows to love her buddy, who also happens to be the child’s father.
As soon as Version 2.0 starts working for her hero, she develops feelings for him.
Everyone must select what is most essential to them at some point in their lives, according to Natalie. “Your life is made up of all of its moments; not just one,”
“Look Both Ways,” written by April Prosser, debuts on Netflix on August 17. Kahiu’s “Rafiki,” which had its global debut at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, was followed by this movie.