Vincent Paul’s review published on Letterboxd:
Speak No Evil
Being compared to Michael Haneke. Let's just differentiate for a quick sec. As far as the story's concerned, it's glib, and grim, and ends rather ruthlessly. It wouldn't be out of the realm to think Haneke would tackle this.
As far as execution goes, that's about where the comparison ends. Haneke could take this film and make this ending have a profound meaning. I felt nothing when Speak No Evil comes to a close. Pure nihilism for nihilism sake, and not the good Haneke kind.