This film grows in me over time. Upon my second view, I noticed that the answer is right from the beginning with subtle hints and symbolism. That makes it even more interesting on my second watch. I'm able to see the details and go along with the story easier, whereas in my first watch I must guess the possible outcome and deal with the technical stuff. Ofc, that twist is less powerful, but I still able to enjoyed the movie throughout.
Denis Villeneuve master craft could be seen from this movie alone. From the storyline, the cinematography, the pace, direction, etc. are perfect in this movie. It's harsh, disturbing, fucked, dark, powerful, everything you'd expected from a war movie... except it's even more fucked, considering it's told from a woman pov.
Definitely top there with Denis's other works.