Sundance Film #6:
Very underwhelming. Naomi Watts is clearly trying, but the film leaves her with nothing to do except: smoke to the point that you are not sure how she is still alive, have sex with a gigolo, talk to her grocery-deliver boy (who has some of the most perfunctory "inspirational" dialogue that I have heard in a long time), and lastly, really badly not wanting to go outside.
Scenes attempting to depict character development prove to end up being wholly ineffective, plot points that seem that they will come up later in the film do not, and the ending feels wholly unearned and unsatisfying.
Without Watts's performance and the visual flourishes in presents from time to time, it would…