Mari Savelli’s review published on Letterboxd:
Do you know what a woman's greatest fear is?
I don't remember when it was the last time I was speechless at the end of a movie.
It made me go through so many feelings and it is not forced, it is difficult, it is strange, it is painful, but it is not forced and this is very important, because in the midst of so many things everything could be a big mess.
Carey Mulligan is just incredible, the way she changes her features, her feelings in seconds, made me look at the screen all the time.
It is worth highlighting the way in which the victims of sexual abuse used such a common phrase in their treatment as escaping precisely the aggressor, so that he could move on.
You cannot watch this film and be indifferent to what unfortunately happens around us all the time, there is a latent need to fight and fight "good guys" like those in the movie.