9.30PM, ONE ★★★
A worrying mood piece, directed with enigmatic menace by the Korean filmmaker Chan-wook Park ( Oldboy). India (Mia Wasikowska) is a teen reacting to the death of her father by dropping all social niceties. So when her mother (Nicole Kidman) starts getting nicely social with a brother-in-law (Matthew Goode), India retreats further into her shell. What follows is an unorthodox take on a psychological drama, fully loaded with a raft of toxic interpersonal tensions.