The Little Stranger: 'It takes its time and plays by its own rules - an enormously impressive piece of film-making'
This is not a horror film — at least, not the kind that you’d think. Indeed, the strangest thing about Lenny Abrahamson’s masterful take on Sarah Waters’ acclaimed best-seller, The Little Stranger, is its reluctance to stay inside the lines.
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