Stars Leslie and Treadaway are definitely ones to look out for.
Playing with both timeline and narrative structure, McCarthy offers up a somewhat complex tale of ghosts and demons with a little bit of witchcraft tossed in for good measure.
While I mentioned the acting before, Willet is actually pretty convincing as the woman in the center of this whirlwind who is filled with questions but not prepared for the answers.
This is a perfect example of a person who is too gullible and kind hearted getting pulled into the life of someone too selfish and manipulative.
From the beginning, when one of the sisters asks if they think their mother has been reincarnated, the metaphysics of death and how little we understand it is delved into here.
McCarthy does a great job of making the leaps in time and place easy to follow, allowing the strength of the female leads to carry us along the way wherever they take us.