I really enjoyed this movie, especially in its unconventionality. It tells a story very subtly and impressionistically, and requires the audience to have a brain in their heads and figure some things out for themselves, rather than having everything explained to us as if we're 5 years old (unlike 90 percent of what comes out of Hollywood). Under the surface, it is a searing tale about class privilege and its psychological basis in fear and denial, presented without judgment. Unusually and beautifully photographed, and Maria Onetto's acting, mostly with eye movements and body language, is utterly brilliant.