André Benjamin is still the best part of this film. However I am lowering my review out of spite.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Watched this on my birthday and somehow regretted it. The jumps into other backstories and perspectives started off fine but quickly became very tiresome. It just seems like this film needed a few more drafts. But Jeff Bridges and Cynthia Erivo were perfect.
An intimate, haunting representation of karma within a complicated familial dynamic. The Lodge is cold, lovely, and brutal. The acting was effortlessly proficient, with memorable performances from child stars McHugh and Martell. Fans of Goodnight Mommy will appreciate this change of tone, and how Franz and Fiala toy with power dynamics and religion.