I'll keep this short: Overall I really liked it but that whole third act was a mess, not to mention completely unnecessary.
Definitely worth watching but just keep in mind that I have yet to hear a positive comment about Nasty Baby's third act. It's also worth mentioning that after the screening director Sebastián Silva talked about his not knowing what the movie was or what it was supposed to be, so the mess that was the third act is more experimental than accidental.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I'm not inclined to write a long review about this because to say I'm not a fan wouldn't be accurate - I just don't care.
Diary of a Chambermaid was essentially one and a half hours of nothing. There were a lot of fragments that amounted to nothing and were never tied together, a lot of flashbacks that added nothing to the story and were given with no context or warning, and a number of subplots that just didn't mean…
This movie was particularly disturbing to me mainly because the environment in which it took place was so familiar to me. I live in Denmark, I frequent the same supermarket chain, I either own the same IKEA furniture or know someone who does, I walk past similar houses constantly, I am familiar with the language, the country, and the culture. That's what made Jagten such an unsettling film.
When I watch movies, especially when they're about disturbing topics, I detach…