In the wake of a terrorist attack, a group of young people in New York seek to capitalize on the hysteria in a variety of morally dubious ways.
"Do we deserve a Cassavetes to chronicle our age of hot takes, gig jobs, and Millennial media hucksters? I can't answer that, but director Ralph Moffettone can. His new movie Delenda is life-affirming in its hopelessness: its shiftless, disaffected protagonists chase their own tails while trying to squeeze some notoriety and meaning out of an incomprehensible world. You'll laugh and then laugh some more, because it beats crying."
— Oliver Bateman, contributing writer for the Paris Review and the Ringer