An oily, amoral estate agent is preyed upon by one of his victims, who quietly moves into his flat and, unseen, begins a deliciously malicious campaign of revenge.


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  • ★★★½ review by deadlyrivers on Letterboxd

    Plays its hand too early, and the attempts at comedy sometimes undermine the nastiness, but this is, for the most part, a genuinely unsettling, unusual and creepy watch. Dominic Bridges is one to watch, he has great ideas, and a good eye for visuals and making the most of a small budget, so, despite the film's shortcomings, there is shitloads of potential here.

  • ★★★★ review by Wendy666 on Letterboxd

    I am the only person I know who liked this movie. The next most positive response I got to it was a "meh."

    To be fair, I really don't know if this is a good movie or not. I was so mesmerized by the villain, played by Javier Botet, that I spent all my time watching him.

    The protagonist, who is also the director, is a double newbie-first time actor, first time director. His producer is also a first timer. While the film may not be ground-breaking, you've got to give Dominic Bridges (actor/director) some credit for sheer moxie.

    I came home from SXSW and put every Javier Botet film I could find in my Netflix queue.

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