Dir.Neil Jordan, United Kingdom, 2018, 85 min
Chloë Grace Moretz plays Frances, a young woman working as a waitress in New York and sharing an improbably huge apartment with her friend Erica. Frances is sad and depressed due to her mother’s recent death. But one day she finds an expensive-looking bag on the subway and out of charity takes it back to the owner. This is Greta, played by Isabelle Huppert, an elegant, inscrutable woman who seemingly is overcome with gratitude. She asks Frances in for tea and soon confides her own loneliness as a widow. They somehow become close friends, but it isn’t long before Greta is becoming scarily clingy and controlling…
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