Chilean writer-director Sebastián Silva’s neither-fish-nor-fowl narrative plays tricks on our minds, without fully engaging our senses. show more
The script unsettles, but never scares, so it doesn't work as a horror film. It's also not a convincing chronicle of deteriorating mental illness. show more
It ebbs away at the climax, but there’s 45 minutes where it sings loud and strange. show more
September 21, 2013 bngassc
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Excellant movie except for the terrible end since one does not know the outcome. Top acting once again by Juno Temple.The ending should be re-done.