If you’ve just finished I Care a Lot, you probably need a moment to let it all sink in. This jam-packed thriller is available onor depending on your region. It has it all: movie characters basically designed to be memorable, a twist-after-twist plot and Rosamund Pike’s invincible Lego haircut. To cap it all off, the story was inspired by real-life events. Let’s go through some of I Care a Lot’s biggest questions and discuss that shock ending.
Warning: Spoilers ahead.
Where can I stream I Care a Lot?
Depending on your region, you can stream I Care a Lot on either Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. Netflix offers it for the US, France, Germany, Latin America, South Africa, the Middle East and India. Amazon Prime has it for Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
Is I Care a Lot based on a true story?
J Blakeson wrote (and directed) I Care a Lot after he was inspired by real news stories of professional guardians in America and a “legal loophole” they exploited. “It started when I saw news stories about real-life predatory guardians who game the system and exploit their wards,” he said.
He went down a “Google rabbit-hole” in researching for the film: “I was horrified. Imagine opening your door one day and there is a person standing there holding a piece of paper that gives them total legal power over you.” He added,…