Skillfully directed with great performances and masterfully shot, although disappointingly, this antagonizing and anxious film about a deteriorating mind simply has no point. The whole story provides too many non-mysterious questions left open, too many ideas touched on but not explored, and a far too broad "illness" ruminating within the character. Despite this, the atmosphere was tense and original.
Ludicrous, unconvincing and tedious. Poor Juno Temple does way too much heavy lifting, and Michael Cera is shockingly inappropriate for the film. Trumped up, phony "ambience" and way less successful than the more modest Crystal Fairy.
As a psycho-thriller the vibe was all right, and Juno Temple's great as usual. but it doesn't come as it's ought to be, the disturbing element was unecessary , Too bad cz i expecting much from the talent and mr ( Sebastian ) Silva's. :(
The story of a fragile mind unravelling under the bombardment of the unfamiliar and exotic that soon begins a rapid spiral of fear and distrust. In that sense it's quite a good exploration of anxiety and panic attacks. From a story point of view it's all a bit thin and I was left feeling that the teen-cabin-in-the-woods premise probably hindered it from becoming something stronger and more memorable. 2.5 stars