Austrian thriller called 'Revanche'. The best way to describe the plot of the movie is to let you know that the English translation to the title is 'Revenge'. The film has some impressive cinematography, and its eerie tone and pacing allows for some legitimate tension in the story.
I love how subtle but purposeful the reincorporated shots and dialogue are throughout the film. Each character is well developed, and although there is much conflict it never presents itself in a black and white way - so much so that even though there are characters guilty in their actions, I found myself relating and being sympathetic towards them regardless. It's an incredibly layered story with incredibly layered characters. And there's always something that the film gives you to chew on during each scene.
This is a fantastic movie that I would consider to be accessible to most everyone. But if you're going to watch it, let me first explain one thing. The film takes place in Austria, but Tamara's character is originally from Ukraine. Since she doesn't speak perfect German, the subtitles translate it to broken English. There are also moments in the film where she's speaking Russian, but since the film's language is German and she's not speaking German, those parts are not subtitled. This is done so you can get the same experience that you would if you were a German speaker who couldn't understand Russian. So if you don't see subtitles right away when the movie starts, don't worry, there's probably nothing wrong with your .srt file and Criterion did not butcher the subtitles for their blu-ray. It's just an artistic choice that was made so that people watching it in different languages will more or less get the same experience.
Suffice it to say there was a lot of thought and effort put into this movie. And it's gripping story and well written characters are sure to have you thinking about the movie long after it's over.