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Explores the line where caring becomes selfish rather than selfless.
This is the best film I have seen in 2016 - well written, good direction that allowed the actresses to act and space for the audience to take it all in and draw their own conclusions. A must see!
Every scene is good, its careful design enhancing the movie's portrayal of a human reality and eliciting the right response from the audience. Few movies warrant such unhesitating praise.
It might leave you utterly traumatised, but this is one of the most daring, sensitive love stories in recent memory.
A largely convincing and rewarding drama.
An uncomfortable, unflinching tale of jealousy and resentment.
Heartfelt, moving and honest ...
A discreet and compellingly authentic study of misplaced devotion that makes oppressive use of claustrophobic interiors to capture a dependency that is both affecting and unsettling.
A simple, clear-sighted drama which never attempts to convince it has all the solutions.
Unapologetic and unflinching in equal turns.
Shlush's screenplay, based on her own experiences, is admirable for its unflinching honesty, but there are odd flashes of humour and warmth to lighten up the bleak.
Intelligently scripted, tactfully directed and superbly played, this is a compelling study in doing the right things for the wrong reasons.
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