Throughout the film, there is an atmosphere of mysticism and predestination, as water, darkness and secrets encourage it. However, sometimes it disappears in particularly domestic places and then the film loses a good half of its charm. But something special exists in places where there's this charm. This is largely due to cameraman Ruairí O'Brien, who masterfully had shot many scenes in the dark, let alone almost Hannibal musical accents in moments of tension.
But, abstracting from the execution, let's pay attention to the idea. I have some questions about the motivation behind some of the characters' actions. On the one hand, people are desperate and do the wrong thing, and on the other, terrible decisions are made too easily. I also have a question about the reliability of the props, but, in fact, these are small things that I decided to grumble of, as usual.