Nuclear Review 'The Guardian'
Lindstrum cleverly creates the strange atmosphere in which the landscape seems utterly deserted, like something post-apocalyptic, or set in the aftermath of some Chernobyl-style catastrophe. And the film plays with your expectations: who is doing the imagining? Who is being imagined? A quirky, eccentric film in some ways, but one that achieves its own kind of internal consistency, with very strong performances from Jones and Guillory as the haunted mother and daughter.
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