Director Eva Sørhaug (Cold Lunch) reveals the rage and violence lurking beneath seemingly tranquil domesticity in her bold and uncompromising sophomore feature. –TIFF
Jeg likte ikke denne filmen, ikke på grunn av handlingen men hvordan fokuset er på overgriperen. Og lage en film om kvinnevold er ganske modig gjort og en bra ting og sette fokus på. Allikevel synes jeg filmskaperene burde valgt ukjente skuespillere og fokusere litt mer på damene i filmen.
90 minutes of bullshit! I really don't care about anybody in this film, no humour, no hope, unresolved and non escalating conflicts, overuse of music to make the scenes more 'important',visually messy, one dimensional characters with a goddamn stillborn ending that doesn't leave much for a one star rating...so why a one star rating? So that people that see my profile will get this message! ...What a waste...
TIFF '12 Brutal, empty and nihilistic second feature from Eva Sorhaug that dresses up misogny and brutality in an artful but pointless fashion. The idea that one doesn't know the secrets behind people's closed doors when just seeing them as part of the crowd is not a new conceit. But to wallow in the self pity and brutality on display here is just obscene. Total miss.