Frankie @ Sundance 2022’s review published on Letterboxd:
“I... I need to know who he is. I... I need to stand there, I need to look him in the eye, and I need to know that it's him.”
I can’t believe I’m saying this but I would definitely watch this again, even the longer cut. I’ve had this on my watchlist for the longest time but I’ve put it off because of the long runtime. But every single second of the runtime is warranted and directed so well that you really just lose yourself in the film. And even though it moves pretty quickly some details were lost on me and I felt drained in the end (not sure if intentional or not). I would highly give this a recommendation to anyone who likes tense thrillers. There were so many times I just got so invested with what was happening on screen that I kinda just lost myself. It’s great and definitely not what you expect. My favorite aspect of this entire film is easily the script and the impeccable sound design. I loved it.
Favorite Scene: Confronting William Penny
Overall Rating: A