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With their second success, Howell & Robinson continue to treat mainstream log-lines with unique emotional and intellectual tenderness, offering a fresh take on our inherent need for closure.
Robinson and Howell know how to create an atmosphere of expectation; they succeed in outlining an elliptical and murky story and establishing a sense of vague unease. Perhaps their next film will give us more to go on.
Brandt impressively limns a character whose intelligence and complexity are always evident, along with a sometimes dislikable brittleness.
Ms. Robinson and Ms. Howell have kitted out their movie handsomely, but there's not enough story here or enough anything else, namely a persuasive psychological portrait of Claire, to make up for that lack.
In a mostly severe mode, Brandt carries the film well. But there's only so much she can do with the open-ended, underwritten script.
[A] somber and quietly affecting psychological mystery ...
An intelligently told character piece about one woman's journey to self-discovery, with a multi-layered performance from Betsy Brandt.
With a script that subtly explores the realm of emotional conflict, and powerful performances from its ensemble of actors, the movie is a gentle tour-de-force about trauma and healing.
If the viewer is expecting a mystery he will be disappointed. This is a story of a woman who has lost her husband and what her uncertainty does to her.
The story centers on Claire and her growing doubts and insecurities over what she had once perceived as an idyllic life.
Steady and sincere, even when it teases conventional conflict and resolution...Brandt is terrific.
Things are kept real, but that's not necessarily a virtue.
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