After being violated by two strangers inside her own home, Diana chooses to keep her trauma a secret. Mario, her husband, has something to hide as well. In the days that follow, the silence that grows between the two of them becomes its own kind of violence.
Here's what you should know: this movie is one of the tough ones. And I mean that in the best way possible.
It ended and I couldn't move. That's how hard it hit me. Couldn't move through the end credits, and even several minutes after. All that silence. That was powerful. Simple, and powerful. That, actually, may be the perfect way to describe the whole film.
Then all I could think about was that I needed to write a review for this one, doing my part and letting people know they should watch it.
Also, if I can give you a little tip: watch it alone. Allow yourself to feel this one.
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