Los Angeles Times

BEST USE OF HEIGHT IN A CHASE SEQUENCE

“Tenet”

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There’s a lot to admire, dislike and be downright confused about in “Tenet,” but one thing that’s clear from the start is that at 6 feet 3, Elizabeth Debicki is a willowy gazelle of a woman. And such height means she gets to survive: While bound in the back of a speeding SUV, she’s able to fling her leg into the driver’s seat to unlock the door to make her escape. It’s a bonkers sequence that works because Debicki gets to display her full range of assets. Here’s to tall women!

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