Judith The name was among the top 50 most popular given names for girls born in the United States between 1936 and 1956. But somewhere out there lies a deeper meaning to this name!
Fond memories flashed through her (Jennifer Mischiati ) mind as she drives her car back home. Her mind was unsettled about something. Major emphasis on the red bag, we do come to know that there’s something fishy in that bag. Her consciousness running a guilt trip for the sins she has committed. Sounds-sights- coincidence, anything less ordinary seem to amplify and override her sense of judgement. An unexpected twist which shows she cannot get over seeing the face of her relationship.
Director Riccardo Brex has done a great job of bringing out his idea on the screen. Initially the film started at slower pace things did seem a bit hazy, it was the suspense that nailed it! Sound editing was the cherry on top. Even with meagre dialogue there were moments I had chills running down my spine. Screenplay and editing are precise.
Actor Jennifer Mischiati played her role with flawless effort. Even without much words to mouth, she delivered perfectly. Marius Bizau, Veronica Baleani, Tanya Franks played their parts really well.
Overall it was quite an interesting watch with an unexpected twist!