Reviewed May 23, 2012
Top cast looking suspiciously at each other for 2 hours. Almost every scene raises more questions than it answers. Each clue about each character gives enough to slowly put things together but not in the first sitting. Super subtle movements of eyes, facial twitches, gestures and vocal tones make it a master of film making even though it's not really a film. It's more like a documentary on how to use actors properly in a strong story.