A horror-thriller centred on a woman living with “face-blindness” after surviving a serial killer’s attack. As she lives with her condition, one in which facial features change each time she loses sight of them, the killer closes in. - imdb
Am I alone in believing Bryce, Nina, Francine and nearly every other character was deeply insensitive towards Anna? She witnessed a brutal murder, subsequently suffered being attacked by the perpetrator and sustained a head injury which impaired her ability to recognise peoples faces. The pure trauma of perceiving to be surrounded by strangers and conscious knowledge of potentially being stalked are apparent. Everyone in Anna’s social circles were incredibly non-empathetic as well as unsympathetic. They acted as though her condition was inconvenient, in some instances almost angry or dumbfounded that she did not possess control over her state of health. They seemed thoughtless, as well as not attempting to behave in an accommodating manner. Aside from her neuropsychiatrist Dr. H Lagenkamp and Mr. Merchant, Anna did not benefit from support from anyone else because it was not given. I had to make known my frustration, it bothered me too greatly.