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The Guardian

"It is actually Assayas?s best film for a long time, and Stewart?s best performance to date."

Read review Peter Bradshaw

Assayas mixes heterogeneous elements (...). The elegant execution disarticulate the suspicion that it is passing of tiptoe on the genre

Read review Jordi Costa
Roger Ebert

A work as mysterious, moving and haunting as anything that has materialized in a movie theater in a while (...)

Read review Peter Sobczynski

"This reunion between Kristen Stewart and the director who gave her one of her best-ever roles in 2014?s 'Clouds of Sils Maria' is a broken, but never boring mix of spine-tingling horror story, dreary workplace drama and elliptical identity search, likely to go down as one of the most divisive films of Stewart?s career."

Read review Peter Debruge
The New Yorker

It?s an admirably bold movie that suggests an unusual and palpable urgency on Assayas?s part, which only makes its failings all the more pronounced.

Read review Richard Brody
El Mundo

The most anomalous and stimulating reflection on the specters of our days (...) impossible not to be seduced by a film so disturbing, foggy, desperate and, above all, different.

Read review Luis Martinez
The Telegraph

"The film depends on a performance from Stewart in which she?s virtually never off-screen".

Read review Robbie Collin

This is a measured, richly ambiguous work about the subjective process of grief ? masquerading as a ghost story ? that experiments with the minutiae of film language as only a master of the medium can do.

Read review Eric Kohn
Entertainment Weekly

Stewart, who appears in nearly every scene, is intensely watchable, a coiled spring. But the movie is too fragmented and tonally strange to register as more than one of Maureen?s wispy, haunted apparitions.

Read review Leah Greenblatt
The Hollywood Reporter

"This aggravatingly empty would-be suspense piece puts all its trust in its star to save the day, but even this compulsively watchable performer can?t elevate such a vapid, undeveloped screenplay."

Read review Todd McCarthy