3 December 2004 | clarebear667
Good technical usage but a bit fuzzy in places.
I saw this when it was on the BBC the other day and thought the synopsis sounded pretty good. I thought that the aspects of a horror film were there but realistic. So many times have some occurrences in horror films been so coincidental. This was believable. I really did feel for Louise and how lonely she was. I liked the fact that you never really knew what was happening and even at the end you were still left guessing. I was confused by some of the characters and found their development a little hazy. This was especially so with veronica and imogen who i didn't understand. I also found a few too many twists. I think the best part of the film was Sophia Myles who was very good. The best thing was that I saw Celia Imrie two days after I saw this down Regent St. I don't know why I hadn't heard of this film before, its better than most films in the cinema.