"With her second feature, Hausner made the barest of psychological horror films. It's a movie where the scares don't come but the eeriness derives from paying attention, where the more you consider what's happening, the more the unease will seep into your mind. At the same time, it's also a picture that can register virtually nothing for the impatient contingent. Those who go in expecting and hoping for the typical conceits of horror and suspense might be sorely disappointed by the lack of blood and bogeymen."
The Digital Fix