There wasn’t enough time devoted to setting up the main character before he started his descent into a tangled web of deceit. Plus, I’ve mentioned before that I never enjoy a movie where bad deeds go seemingly unpunished.
Despite not knowing enough about the main character at first, if anything kept me interested in what was going on, it was the actors. Everyone did great jobs.
There was a lot of emphasis put on mirrors, which was meant to be symbolic. It’s been a while since I’ve seen a film with blatant symbolism. I liked it.
Nothing that I saw. Doesn’t seem like the kind of film that would do that.
It felt like I was watching this for hours. It wore me out a little, because the main character was always one step away from getting caught.