Sheridan’s characters aren’t rich, quirky or glamorous, instead they’re battling economic difficulties and insurmountable grief. His attention to detail and nature’s relentlessness help elevate a nihilistic narrative into a poetic one. Channeling Michael Mann, Sheridan crafts a film with real consequences, where the cold kills, the sound of bullets is nightmarish, and every scene might be the last for our heroes.
well made but unremarkable. there are some very well crafted, incredibly tense moments but there were more that fall a little flat. mostly good camera work aside from some distracting handheld close ups during conversations. Elizabeth Olsen seems miscast though, not that she was bad... overall a bit of a disappointment.