This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This was a masterwork of show not tell, even from early on. Take the mother’s care in setting the table and the shadow of the murderer, as well as the
abandoned balloon and the rolling ball. Or the police report with cut scenes to the office building.
Also, the film was decadently shot throughout, with an eye to detail. From the weird tilt frames of the seated inspector to the great zooms on the staircases, and use of silence in…