Reviews / 16.09.2020

When you think of female revenge cinema, several iconic performances instantly come to mind; Uma Thurman's blood-soaked rampage of vengeance in Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2, Sissy Spacek's brutal slaughter of an entire high school of bullies in Carrie, Ellen Page as a teenage pedophile hunter in Hard Candy, and, of course, Noomi Rapace as the computer-hacker-turned-vigilante Lisbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. In Yuval Adler's conventional psychological thriller The Secrets We Keep, Rapace returns to a similar narrative centred on one woman's quest for...