But here's the problem. Jonathan Blakeson has created not just a masterful con artist, but an openly lesbian and a bit of a radical feminist. "You must be offended that you got screwed by someone who has a vagina?" – says the character. Oh, no. I'm offended by the fact that the only male character in the film who is associated with the Russian mafia, traffics girls into sexual slavery, kills people and crushes expensive eclairs is shown kinder than the woman who ends up losing anyway. And the standards of the new ethic, in which being a lesbian and a feminist means nothing wrong, go to the blazes. "No wonder I hated her from the start. I mean, she's the epitome of all the nonsense they try to foist on us," someone concludes in a review on Kinopoisk, and my heart skips a beat. Because this opinion is shared by many.