(7/8 is "Very Good")
This film is an utterly brilliant subversion of the murder film, I won't go into too many details but it completely inverts the usual fugitive drive and thus creates a tense and freshly intriguing crime film. Definetely stands up with the greats of the crime genre as a result.
Only minor complaint I have is that the film is perhaps a tad too withdrawn and restrained, yet that might be an intentional mirror of the protagonist's situation. YMMV.
EDIT: Just noticed this was my 1000th Letterboxd film. Very pleased that it was such an original film to fit the occasion.