He gave it big Thums Up, concluding:
The performances are top-notch. The pacing is leisurely without being lethargic. The cinematography is excellent, as is the subtle scene/set/location design [I guess smart folk call that "Production Design"].
Well, it's finally entering a wider release, and is likely to show up at yer local art house [it came through DC very recently, and is in Baltimore now]. Friend o' the blog [well, friend of our contributor Rodger Eburt] Roger Ebert gave it three--and-a-half stars, and also the rare [semi-retired] Two Golden Thumbs.
As Ebert put it:
Rare is the thriller that is more about the reasons of people instead of the needs of the plot. * * * How often, after seeing a thriller, do you continue to think about the lives of its characters?
If you get a chance, catch this flick.