Brooke Kamishlian’s review published on Letterboxd:
Elvis and Leo run a crime scene cleanup business and are hired to clean up after a death, when they discover Thale, a female humanoid creature with a cow's tail that appears to be incapable of human speech, hidden in a basement. Playing a tape left behind by her captor, Elvis and Leo learn of her life in captivity, and that she has been the subject of medical experimentation.
As it becomes clear that Thale is wanted both by her natural sisters who roam freely in the woods and a paramilitary group that has been tracking Thale and her captor for a long time.
Thale does what Thales do and the two men are compelled to help her, risking themselves as they get caught by her pursuers.
This is a great concept made slightly less effective by subpar CGI. Silje Reinåmo as Thale is perfection. The men are not enchanting but real and raw. It's a beautiful watch.
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