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1. "[Shot] in a way that suggested the eerie presence of somebody else"

  • Graham Rae, American Cinematographer
  • Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
  • Bec Smith, Inside Film
  • Elvis Mitchell, New York Times
  • Matthew Turner, The ViewLondon Review
  • Jonathan Romney, Independent
  • Laura Bushell, BBC Movies
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2. She doesn't know why she does it, it's almost existentialist"

  • Ramsay, Matthew Turner, The ViewLondon Review
  • Ramsay, Bec Smith, Inside Film
  • Ramsay, Chris Darke, Vertigo
  • Ramsay, Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
  • Ramsay, Jonathan Romney, Independent
  • Ramsay, Eileen Elsey, Vertigo
  • Ramsay, Sight & Sound 2002

3. "Surrealism can be uncovered at the heart of realist storytelling"

  • Jonathan Romney, Independent
  • Sight & Sound 2002
  • Eileen Elsey, Vertigo
  • Elvis Mitchell, New York Times
  • Chris Darke, Vertigo
  • Matthew Turner, The ViewLondon Review
  • Graham Rae, American Cinematographer

4. "Inhabit the moment rather than chase the narrative structure", "conventional...active protagonist, escalating action and sense of closure"

  • Eileen Elsey, Vertigo
  • Bec Smith, Inside Film
  • Matthew Turner, The ViewLondon Review
  • Elvis Mitchell, New York Times
  • Sight & Sound 2002
  • Graham Rae, American Cinematographer
  • Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

5. "Beautifully fragmented tale" with a "visual and melodic haunt"

  • Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
  • Chris Darke, Vertigo
  • Elvis Mitchell, New York Times
  • Bec Smith, Inside Film
  • Laura Bushell, BBC Movies
  • Graham Rae, American Cinematographer
  • Eileen Elsey, Vertigo

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