If you purchase the movie on disc, it is worthwhile watching the “extras” which come with it (note that I purchased the standard BluRay edition).
There are excellent interviews with the executive producer, the director, the screenwriter, the casting director and the main actors (the three women, the two husbands, the psychiatrist and the senior woman detective) which give a lot of background into why the movie was made in the way it was made, including why a woman was cast as the senior detective. Plus, the “extras” includes deleted scenes and extended scenes which were shortened on the cutting floor. But don't watch the extras until you have seen the movie.
🎼♪♫♪ If you aren't living life on the edge, you're taking up too much space! And the correct spelling is “doxxing”.