Straitjacketed by both a heavy literary conceit and the stringent rules of Dogme 95 filmmaking, it's a wonder this dark psychological thriller can breathe at all. That it's gripping is a tribute to both its ensemble cast and its uncredited director, Kristian Levring. As the sun rises across a blazingly hot desert, a busload of travellers awake to discover their driver (Vusi Kunene) has been following a broken compass and they're hopelessly lost. The bus makes it to a small cluster of abandoned, sand-filled buildings remnants of a long-gone mining company before running out of gas. One intrepid passenger (Miles Anderson) marches off into the blistering h...