Chris Kitts McGee’s review published on Letterboxd:
I was completely floored by this slow burning, haunting and quietly intense thriller that stays ambiguous, but allows enough character development and elements that bring the film to life. The acting all around is compelling and engaging. The direction is beautifully still and holds shots, the pace stays lax, but dreamlike and hyptomatizing. I was very impressed with this film, it's spell it cast upon me is still lingering and left me feeling uneasy. I always love when a movie completely bowled me over. A must see and I can't wait to further analyze.