How do you make a film about that which is unspeakable? Exactly like this, I think.
"You will never understand," our lead, Kaja says to her mother (but also, directly to us) at the start of the film, and indeed, it's impossible to understand, but this film has to be closer than anything I've ever seen before.
One of it's biggest strengths is it being (seemingly) one long continuous shot. Normally, this would be a gimmick (ala Birdman) but in…