In Your Hands (Contre Toi) Reviews
It ends with a draw, the doctor escapes and slowly takes command. She wants things to be even, she wants balance and starts an affair with the kidnapper. It sounds a little silly, most of all because it's so obvious what the film wants to say. There is no real balance until the doctor has gone all the way and put the police on her lover/kidnapper.
OK, many of us have empty lives and seek desperately to get at last a draw. For a couple of days anyway. But this film can't even say what's right or wrong about this. You don't always need morals in a movie, but you should be able to tell whether that's the director's aim or not. Even if it's easy to tell the score so to say.