There, Addy reads furious texts from Beth on a phone smeared with blood.
As a result, the bulk of the drama comes with a sense of dread permeating every scene, especially the ones between Addy and Beth.
Such plotting—of teenage girls being pitted against each other and drifting apart—could come off as cliché, but Dare Me does more than incorporate the trope.
The girls silently struggle, their body language intimating their connection and growing antagonism at the same time.
And Beth, seeing Addy fighting her, doesn’t drop the top girl; she seems almost impressed that her second-in-command is stopping her sabotage.

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