Greta (review)

Greta (review)
Greta (review)
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A relatively innocent woman (Chloë Grace Moretz) finds a handbag on the subway and (instead of the standard NYC reaction…alerting the bomb squad), she tracks down its owner (Isabelle Huppert). At first, they form a bond, but the mother figure slowly becomes clingy and then downright possessive (literally). Huppert brings her laid-back French style to the character’s creepy persona. Director Neil Jordan is a master of the slow, tense camera and he manages to imbue the film with a low-level dread. There are a few minor frights to add to the tension. While there’s one major hole in the logic, this film still provides an interesting and mildly-tense physiological thriller.


3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)


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