None of these things are true. This is a film that explores the insights of hypersexuality, anxiety, mental health and the healing of Christ all through the perspective of the culture of Mississipi Blues.
I need to make it clear; One of the best.
The logline on Netflix states:
"Lazarus finds Rae beaten and near death, and acts as a father figure to help redeem her. But before saving anyone, Lazarus must face his own demons."
Anxiety is a huge theme in the film. Every character is anxious about something and it drives them all crazy. This is something that the guys upstairs who were marketing the film should have focused more on rather than nymphomania.
The angel and the devil.
This is what the film is ultimately about, dealing with the fluctuating variabilities of life. It isn't about hyper-sexuality/nymphomania despite it being over glorified in the film and its marketing.
There are many films that display hyper-sexuality but they all really sugar coat it, fantasize and make it fake.
This is real.
"The Zos Knows".
The Cat of Cinema