Naturalistic, sober and quietly harrowing.
It’s not only about a rape, it’s about all the circumstances, consequences and scenarios around it. Janne’s pragmatic proud resignation is frustrating (she basically chooses to ignore, hide, move on), but... the truth is it's not really unjustified on her part.
In a way, it’s also about your attitude towards life, and on the other hand the degree of choice it gives you. Class and money are also strident determinants here.
It is adequately complex, and it really makes you consider all the subtleties involved in the situation.
The film gets more intense when it starts dealing with the uncontainable effects of ignoring what happened, and it really wants to make you feel like someone…