The first half of the movie is fine but it’s really hampered by its clear obsession with wanting to be an homage to Hitchcock. At a certain point though, it gets cranked up into the highest gear and becomes a fantastic thriller, full of suspense and edge-of-your-seat style storytelling.
Just a basic noir but not in a bad way. It’s very well-directed, the dialogue is very well-written, and the performances all around are captivating. I think what holds it back how predictable it is in its structure and message. Still, you won’t go wrong if you’re looking for a noir to chill out to.