Critic Reviews for Sadie
Equal parts coming-of-age story and slow-burn thriller, writer-director Megan Griffiths' quietly absorbing and methodically disquieting drama is a genuine rarity: a sympathetic portrait of a budding sociopath.
Sadie is an inconsistent character, and that makes for an inconsistent movie.
Unfortunately, too much of the biggest revelations feel like palmed-off traumas that dilute the real terror of the film, which should be easy enough to focus on.
An impressive cast adds even more dimension to Sadie, as Schloss and Lynskey make the moments in which Sadie and Rae as compelling when they're tentative.
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