Intenta ser un estudio de personaje sobre la obsesión, con Orlando Bloom como un joven doctor que acaba enamorándose de su atractiva paciente (Riley Keough, la nieta de Elvis Presley), pero falla en ayudarnos a entrar más en la mente enfermiza del protagonista, en entenderlo más y saber lo que pasa dentro de su cabeza, con un final nada satisfactorio.
I guess one cannot be blamed for bashing a movie because of lack of realism. It's unfortunate, but that's the approach they were going for and they completely fell face-down, overlooking so much, it's ridiculous. Also, Riley Keough's character lacked any personality. You barely got to know the girl in this story. Regardless, I think Orlando Bloom's acting was good, but the script and the scenes are just infuriating.
It's always sad when you can determine a movie isn't watchable within five minutes. That first scene where the main beau with a bad haircut talks with a very poor actor with an equally bad haircut - then the main bad haircut tells a Spanish patient (in Spanish) that he doesn't speak Spanish and the Spanish man continues to speak in Spanish anyway? Yeah, that's unbearable. Who greenlights this garbage?