Tom Loughlin’s review published on Letterboxd :
Too crisp, cold and spare for my liking, both visually and in its performances. This is compounded by it being set in a fancy but soulless modern house in the middle of nowhere.
There's a scene at the midway point in a bar, as a pop song interrupts the otherwise threadbare soundtrack, where some sort of feeling emerged, but sadly it wasn't long before we return to whispered monotone in high-end kitchens.
Adore that poster though!