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Yes an artsy horror-thriller or so it would like you to believe.
In reality it is just a bit of a confused drama about bi-polar disease and its spiralling costs to mental health and family.
It is quite disturbing but not in a gratuitous way as I think the director is actually trying to make a film about mental illness and in that way it succeeds as it has a very slow and measured pacing but it really just becomes a bit of a weird exercise in experimental filming!
If you like your movies weird, disturbing and full of strange visual scenes with bleak and depressing settings then this may be for you. Whilst I did find it a bit tedious it does have a certain bleak and weird attraction but I doubt it will appeal to many viewers!
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