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Three weeks after Claire's husband mysteriously disappeared, the police end their investigation, leaving a trail of puzzling secrets that shatter her certainty. Claire refuses to accept the likely death of her husband and sets out to find out the truth.
Robinson and Howell know how to create an atmosphere of expectation; they succeed in outlining an elliptical and murky story and establishing a sense of vague unease. Perhaps their next film will give us more to go on.
Howell and Robinson are certainly savvy when it comes to tackling big, emotional ideas with a light touch, but that doesn't always translate to gripping entertainment. Claire in Slow Motion might be a more fitting title.
Ms. Robinson and Ms. Howell have kitted out their movie handsomely, but there's not enough story here or enough anything else, namely a persuasive psychological portrait of Claire, to make up for that lack.