Eden Lake is an effectively provocative, upsetting film; something that I'll never watch ever again. I've never felt such hefty amount of dread and hopelessness in a film for a very long time. Surely, this one destroyed me in a very bad way.
"Do you believe in fate?"
Just when you thought happiness has finally come in your terms, but then destiny turns it out to be the other way around.
This is a moving portrait of loss and yearning. It isn't just all about a severed hand wandering through Paris. It obviously tells more than something else. It will leave you a lasting impression of how numbing it is to be incomplete, longing for something that, at the very least, doesn't even show signs of coming.