Ryan C’s review published on Letterboxd:
A very good, slow-burning giallo with terrific atmosphere, some incredibly creepy moments, and a great ending. That said, it's not perfect. The pace especially drags in the middle, and the movie overstays its welcome. It probably should have been a little shorter. Not to mention, the story is confusing. I'm still not quite sure what it was all about, really, but I did enjoy it. To fans of The House with Laughing Windows, I would recommend Pupi Avati's later horror film, Zeder, which I find to be even better than this one, but I guess I'm probably in the minority there.