Frankly a disappointment in that the script moves in such obvious patterns. Dillahunt and Parker both a little one-note with characterizations that lack depth (more the fault of the script). Donal Logue fairs better in his most substantial role in years. Good cinematography by Antonio Calvache (In the Bedroom). Based on a short story; brevity would have been better.
The script was a little forgettable - nothing too original. Though, it was certainly nice to see the story told with restraint. The cinematography was beautiful and refined; its motionlessness created a real feeling of tension and dread until the final (subtle) moments. The acting was a little wooden, although Donal Logue was quite good, but otherwise it was well worth the time.