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Urszula Antoniak's stunningly assured debut is touching, gentle and playful. An enigmatic beauty (Lotte Verbeek) drifts from town to town, hitching rides through the Irish countryside. She comes across an isolated cabin and strikes up an uneasy relationship with its owner (Stephen Rea). Haunted by their pasts, each has something to offer the other -- the solace of his cabin and her welcome companionship. Winner of 6 Locarno Film Festival Awards, including Best First Film and Best Actress.
saw it on cable but fell asleep near the end.
will someone please tell us how it ended!
this could be the 5 star movie the first part deserved
or it could be a... Read more
This film is a fine, believable story. The actors are terrific. It is touching, moving, funny, and has amziong subtle moments of love and challenge. Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by jzactor
that shows no matter how disconnected people can get from the human race, there is always a way back. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by mr. contrarian
It should be a cult classic. An engrossing mix of psychological & obliquely romantic drama played out in the backstop of Irish barren beauty.Published on January 28, 2013 by Kbk
This is one movie I will not loan out. I will find out who else likes this and it will become a gift.Published on January 10, 2013 by Laranger
The writer, director and the protagonist are all women and I bought the movie in an attempt to understand the motivations here. Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of woman?Published on December 4, 2012 by shimodako