Well this film made me feel sick, literally. I did want to walk out just watching the first scene however I stuck it out. I can't say I would watch this film or ever recommend it to a friend but there were some qualities I admired it for. I loved how during the film I forgot I was watching a film I thought I was watching a play on stage. I will admit though I felt for Georgina, she was getting beaten and abused and brought me back to my last portrait, it did make me cry when she was lying there next to her lover in denile that he had been killed stilled expecting him to give her a kiss in the morning like it was a bad dream. Then when she was saying to her lover all the things her husband did to her I just teared up. All I can say is that it reminds me alot of the theatre, it used the same sets over and over again and even the colours and lighting was theatrical. While doing drama we learnt about using different coloured lights to create moods and that's exactly what the film has done, it isn't realistic.