Ana de Armas' finest hour. This is the director's cut. An unsung masterpiece. Gray, Noé and del Toro come to mind. (Maybe a bit of Iñarritu and Reygadas also). That nursery/myth/children's story should be in an audiobook. Señor Salazar y el Diablo. Love the way Armas' accent switches from Cuban Spanish to Castilian Spanish. First director that actually draws from her great acting skills rather than her looks.
So, "Exposed" is a 0-star masterpiece of a car-wreck. Incoherent and simply put, very stupid. A masterclass in bad editing decisions.
The movie I'm actually rating with a 3.5, "Daughter of God", the director's cut, is a rough diamond, with some impressive themes and moments (that needed more editing work... and what's up with all the useless fade to blacks?).
I hope Gee Malik Linton makes another movie, I'd watch it.