Jeremy Lee Cudd’s review published on Letterboxd:
The hand behind the camera is so sure that you quickly relax into taking the ride. Everything that happened in this story felt so inevitable given the clear cause-and-effect chain, yet the plot maintained a sense of chaos and surprise. Such a crafty trick!
Other things I admire:
The precision in tone. The rapidly conducted shifts in story that reveal character and tour your sympathy all around the class divide. The humor. The humor smashed up against the horror. The light in that house!
This is excellent. More later.