Caught it at the cinema when it was released and while I thought it was a very good film, the images, tone and soundtrack have been on my mind ever since. Having it percolated through my mind so much, it's now a very strong contender for best film I've seen so far this year.
No spoilers, but the handholding scene was one of the most unexpectedly emotional scenes in a good while. Really hope Ramsey gets to make more films. She's only directed four films and three of them (Ratcatcher, We Need to Talk About Kevin and this) are stone-cold classics.
Watched this over the weekend. I liked the pacing and there was some genuinely interesting and original film making here. Like Jessica Noir said the handholding scene was particularly memorable. Overall I did find the film a little too emotionally detached possibly because of the almost total lack of dialogue.
Its thought provoking and my 7/10 now may get better as time goes by.