Drama • 2014 • 1 hr 31 min
Does such a good job of conveying that lonely, helpless feeling of high school. Incredibly well-done -- surprising and truthful.
Amazing portrait of toxic relationships. Almost toooo real and perhaps relatable in some twisted way. Really loved it, beautifully directed!
Really pulls you in emotionally and takes you for a ride.
Fairly accurate(somewhat exaggerated) depiction of the toxicity of relationships. Melanie Laurent turns in an intriguing coming of age story
Powerful. Beautiful. Great cinematography.
Preatty good, near to be amazing. A good analisation about toxic relationship.
Did not make good first impression, seemed a little bit repetitive in theme, but in the end, stuck in my mind for a while.
Honestly, dont remember much about this movie, despite having just seen it
Extremely slow with intense moments in between. Lots of tension throughout the whole movie. Very nicely done just wish it moved faster.
This is one hell of a good movie
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