“Catfight,” May 21, 2020 (2016), Netflix. Funny thing. We wanted to see “Killing Eve” and thought it was on Netflix. It took us to this, and as we’ve never seen “Killing Eve,” we thought this was an episode because it stars Sanda Oh. Over time, we realized it wasn’t and we figured we’d see it through. This is an angry, violent, comic/satire of American politics, war, sexuality, class cluelessness, and greed. Sometimes humorous, it’s mostly a grimly dark view of people and society. This is rage and destruction played out in a story of personal violence between two women, college friends and enemies. Veronica (Sandra Oh) is an empty trophy wife/mother, and Ashley (Anne Heche) is an angry lesbian painter married to Lisa (Alicia Silverstone). Ashley paints brutal paintings expressing her anger as society simply goes off to war and laughs at fart jokes on TV. The two reconnect at a birthday party where Ashley is serving drinks, and the brawl that results puts Veronica in a two-year coma. Much has changed when she emerges; she’s on her own. Ashley, meanwhile is a huge success with her antiwar paintings. And the cycle begins again, albeit from a different perspective, and Ashley ends up in the same bizarre hospital room after a two-year coma of her own. And here we go again. Our learning curves are mostly flat. The violence is horrific and cartoonish with lethal blow after lethal blow. I’m not a fan of gratuitous violence so this was not a fun one; the stresses of our moment made this hard to watch. Its comic/tragic satire paints a society without hope. You may survive if you walk away, but you really can’t walk away. The art of resistance is little more than a commercial opportunity. Is this film?