Many reviews of this movie focused solely on the issue that the movie wasn't really based on a true story. But if I could skip over the fraudulent basis and get to the film itself, it was actually quite gripping. There is an overall eerie and foreboding atmosphere, with the gorgeous cinematography adding to the crushing sense of isolation shared with the main character who is seemingly abandoned by her family, community and senses. The use of split screens to simultaneously show the "real" events and actor recreations were very effective and made the whole experience seem more terrifying. The various "real" footage was very disturbing. And then you learn that despite all the claims by filmmakers of this being an actual incident, it is fictitious. And so, in the end, you can't help but be left with a feeling of betrayal and disappointment by what turned out to be a counterfeit experience.