This one has a quite interesting narrative arc and a decent amount of sophistication in the development of the characters. I specially like the treatment of the photography, which reaches moments of true beauty. Perhaps it fails to put itself above the mere "chic flick" arena but, nonetheless, it is a film worth watching.
I don't find anything too bad about it, nor do I find anything too good either. But if you look at it on a character's point of view, it's actually quite a disturbing story. A young woman struggling to find her right place in life whilst haunted by her past. Emily VanCamp plays her well. The script lacks. Somehow, her last line saves the story in a relevant way.