THE LITTLE STRANGER — Review by Diane Carson

The Little Stranger wallows in gloomy tedium. Some films create a mood, remain completely consistent in their unfolding, and yet never manage to achieve a profound or moving experience despite all the elements aligned. This is the case with The Little Stranger, that coherently and single-mindedly follows Dr. Faraday, returning in 1948 Warwickshire to Hundreds Hall, a decaying mansion inhabited for two centuries by the Ayres family.

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