Director Kevin Macdonald knows to let his actors propel sluggish moments, from tense face-offs to the navigation, their journey a tiny dot on a vast ocean.
It's an ambitious film about the dark side of family, but at the end, you'll be left wondering what you think.
Her character's every smile’s a revelation, every crying jag achingly understandable, and her turmoil makes the movie feel as much a thriller as a family drama.
Cinematographer Mikhail Krichman imbues every shot of the land with light and dark, colors and grays, like life moving across it. But the cast is also excellent.