Star Robinson is a beautiful and intelligent woman who is trapped in a toxic relationship with a drug kingpin. She is physically abused by her boyfriend, and she knows that she is in danger if she tries to leave him. But Star has had enough. She is determined to escape from her abuser and take revenge on him.
Star devises a plan to steal her boyfriend's Bitcoin fortune. She knows that he keeps his Bitcoin in a digital wallet, and she plans to hack into his account and transfer the money to her own account. But stealing the money is only the first step. Star also has to make sure that her boyfriend doesn't find out what she's done.
Star's plan is risky, but she is determined to succeed. She will stop at nothing to get what she wants, even if it means lying, manipulating, and killing.
"Pay the Lady" is an urban neo-noir thriller that explores themes of revenge, abuse, and empowerment. The film stars Lauryn Ford as Star Robinson, and it is directed by Dwayne Alexander Smith.
This film had me skeptical at first, especially during the initial 30 minutes. I wasn't sure if I liked it or if I could connect with the main character's storyline. However, as the movie progressed, it completely won me over. The second half, in particular, raised the stakes significantly and turned me into a fan of Miss Star, the protagonist.
The film gave off a 'City Girls' vibe. It was a fun and engaging experience. I kept trying to guess the ending, only to be surprised every time.
Overall, I had a great time watching it. If you're into representing strong female characters with a focus on scheming and ambition, this movie will surely appeal to you. It's the kind of film that keeps you glued to the screen, and you won't feel the need to check your phone during it.