Don't Look Back
An intriguing film that somehow comes across as less than the sum of its parts. I love me some Hitchcock and body horror, and here Marina de Van tosses those two in a blender, but there's a strange disconnect between the glossy cinematography and the darker nature of the plot. And surprisingly it's Sophie Marceau who seems to have a firmer grasp on the character. This story is worthwhile but not entirely satisfying.