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(The Guardian) The Ground Beneath My Feet review – taut Austrian sibling psychodrama

The Ground Beneath My Feet review - taut Austrian sibling psychodrama
4/5 stars4 out of 5 stars.

But while the chalk and cheese sisters initially seem worlds apart, this tightly focused psychological drama suggests, as Lola starts to lose faith in her own mental strength, that Conny's hospital and Lola's sterile conference rooms are not so very different after all. This oppressive, atmospheric Austrian drama takes the kind of alpha female high achiever familiar from Maren Ade's Toni Erdmann , but undermines her with splinters of Hitchcockian paranoia.


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