As a teacher, Evguenie is harsh and critical, encouraging poise and technical perfection over emotion.
She returns to her flat the next day and realises that the noises are caused by her neighbour — a quiet and reclusive man (Clovis Cornillac), who barely ventures outside and whose only friend is the slovenly, kind Artus (Philippe Duquesne).
And yet, despite wide critical acclaim and the film's rampant strengths, it's being dismissed and nit-picked apart by general audiences, like most good recent releases of its genre.
We follow lead character Maddie (co-writer Kate Siegel), an author who lives alone out in the woods and is struggling to come up with an ending for her latest novel.
The two live side-by-side, irritating one another with increasingly inventive noisy behaviour.
However, tonight she is not alone- for a twisted and disturbed masked man (John Gallagher Jr.) appears and begins to stalk her and taunt her, threatening to kill her as he has several others. she is a deaf-mute, and cannot necessarily hear him coming.
And so, she must rely on her cunning and her creative mind to overcome this devilish threat and try to escape with her life... It reminded me of other, similar movies from yester-year in a really fun way.
And this title is probably one of the best they made together.
The most of the credit goes here to Richard, who played his part really hilariously.