An only passable psychological thriller. The story material could have lead to an entertaining film, but it hardly differentiates itself: as so often with the mainstream (tv)cinema of the 90's director Martin Enten made a film you seem to have watched a thousand times before.
Enten uses quite some tricks to make it visually different, but most of these are meaningless as they are not a part of a certain style. A good example is the annoyingly waltzing camera during the conversation between Reinhart and Alex; did Enten really believe that this would give the scene more tension? Only one sequence (Anna and Reinhart at the lodge) is really successful; here the feelings and tenderness between the two are well hit.
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