For reasons I can’t put my finger on, this feels like an Argento film. Tenebrae comes to mind. A great and simple unfurling mystery. There are a few scenes that get a bit too talky, but it perhaps only feels that way because so much of the film’s best moments are wordless.
This film is total trash. As in trashy. As in it certainly has a place. Mostly it’s just disjointed, never really committing to a central character/narrative. So some of the drama ends up being laughable. The whole theater chuckled through the climax.
All that said, Emily Blunt is incredible. I’m so glad films like this, that let her bring out that performance, exist.