I watched this documentary yesterday and was pleasantly surprised, watching it with no prior expectations. The theme of the movie - stalking, unrequited love, obsession - held the movie together. Two voices shed light on the subject from different angles, creating two different narratives.
The pictures in the films worked well in dialog with the spoken parts, building on a somehow very down-to-earth way of filming, focusing on details which often pass us by unnoticed. This is of course also fitting for the subject of stalking; the obsession that brings out details about someone's life that would otherwise seem uninteresting or details simply invisible to most of us.
The documentary takes the form of an "essay", a quiet reflection, rather than being a documentary attempting to depict the theme from a sociological or a psychological point of view. All in all, this film was a delight to watch.
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