Awful. I don't understand how anyone could have objectively enjoyed this movie with its sad and old tropes being dragged through the dust, and with the horrible dialogue, was this the screenwriter's first script?
In an era where the viewer already knows how a movie ends based on the trailer spoiling everything to save audience time to decide whether they want to see how it all plays out, I realize that this movie won't appeal to many of you.
Intrigo is a slow-burn, it returns to an era pre-Nouvelle Vague where every transition is shown. This movie was a breath of fresh air, its scenes meticulously building up the anticipation for a promised pay off, only to never receive the pay off you were expecting; instead, we're told to stop wondering, we'll never know and we get a different climax at the end, one that we didn't even know we wanted. Life is disappointing at times, we won't always have all our questions answered, but if you dwell on one subject for too long you'll miss everything else that happens.
I like this film a lot. Of course, it's relative, I'm sick of the ADHD style of filmmaking.