“Do maintains fairly consistent control of the film’s tone, which remains closer to mild psychological horror than full-on haunting. Sparingly applied SFX conjure up Ana’s ghostly visions and the occasional jump scares that alarm Nok, but the risk of official censorship restrains the intensity of the narrative and visuals throughout.” – The Hollywood Reporter
“Amidst a sea of incredible genre films, this gem remains one of 2016’s most fascinating – not only for Do’s unique voice, but its use of Gothic tropes to look scathingly at society’s not-so-hidden darkness.” – Bloody Disgusting
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