Abrahamson pulls off a Little feat
The Little Stranger is a captivating Gothic mystery adapted from Sarah Waters’s acclaimed novel as a claustrophobic haunted house movie with a devious shudder in every scene
Lenny Abrahamson charts the decline of the British aristocracy after WWII in The Little Stranger, a captivating Gothic mystery adapted from Sarah Waters’s acclaimed novel as a claustrophobic haunted house movie with a devious shudder in every scene. Thoughtful, sparing and elegantly controlled, it is Abrahamson’s most assured and mature work yet and one of the year’s finest films.
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