"'Saint Maud' is an insight into a very modern, very lonely existence that is sadly only too recognisable. It's a testament to how effective the film is that Glass aligns us closely with Maud to the grisly end, because she's really just acting on her own twisted nature, still looking for that elusive personal connection that will relieve a lifetime of loneliness. Glass delivers on so many levels as a writer/director that it's hard to believe this is her debut, establishing unease through suffocat"
"**_Emotionally ambiguous, thematically complex, aesthetically daring – an exceptionally accomplished directorial debut_** >_Qui est en droit de vous rendre absurde est en droit de vous rendre injuste._ [_Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices._] - Voltaire; _Questions sur les miracles_ (1765) > _We all have a tendency to think that the world must conform to our prejudices. The opposite view involves some effort of thought, an"