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I personally enjoyed this film. It did not scare me with horror. It did not dazzle me with action sequences. It did not shock me with graphic depictions. All of which are probably basic elements of horror thrillers. It made me think about the various issues that plague such individuals . . . but not too deeply. I was entertained, which, I believe, is the primary purpose of a movie. I was drawn into a state of isolation and vulnerability in a realistic setting. The cinematography was beautiful, and effectively trapped me in an institution in the middle of nowhere, cut off from the rest of the world by a blizzard. The plot twists might have been tuned more tightly, but they kept me guessing, and they kept me engaged until the end. And, as far as the all girl cast . . . I don't see the problem.
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