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450. The Little Stranger; movie review

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Cert 12A
111 mins
BBFC advice: Contains moderate threat, bloody images, infrequent strong language

"What happened there?" Mrs W and I turned to each other in unison to question the ending in Lenny Abrahamson's The Little Stranger.
Had we missed something or had the director deliberately left his audience to make up their own minds?
Unfortunatey, this period drama didn't fascinate us enough to have a full after-film briefing.
Indeed, its finale summed up a picture which seemed intent on keeping us guessing but ended up simply being frustrating.
Set in 1947, The Little Stranger stars Domhnall Gleeson as a village doctor who has an obsession with the local manor house and, consequently, its residents.
He treats the badly injured man of the house (Will Poulter) for horrific wartime injuries while trying, cackhandedly, to court his sister (Ruth Wilson).
Meanwhile, their mother (Charlotte Rampling) is still affected by the death of her first child and is convinced her spirit is in the house.
Let's be honest, Abrahamson's film is strange.
For starters, it is not explained why Gleeson's character is such an unsmiling stuffed shirt, seemingly unable to spark any emotion.
He doesn't open up about his apparent loneliness - indeed, all we know about his past is a wide-eyed visit to the aforementioned mansion.
His isn't the only character which is thinly sketched. We find out little about those in the mansion and yet are expected to invest in them.
Meanwhile, The Little Stranger is not a conventional house of horrors story, relying on tepid creepiness rather than out-and-out disturbing scenes.
Indeed, we were left wondering about Abrahamson's intentions - if he isn't attempting to scare his audience, what is trying to achieve?
In our case, he merely succeeded in prompting us to scratch our heads.

Reasons to watch: Creepy period drama
Reasons to avoid: Mysterious bordering on impenetrable

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: Yes
Nudity: None 
Overall rating 3/10

Director quote - Lenny Abrahamson: "I read this book not intending to do another adaptation but life doesn’t work in those nice, neat ways. I’ve been thinking about this novel for ages, and when I finished Room, the script adaptation Lucinda Coxon was writing for The Little Stranger was finally ready. "

The big question - What did its ending mean?

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