Aesthetic Appeal- 🙂 it’s shot well and the location is the perfect fit to the story. I’m sure most of you have herd of the horrible American remake, but the original Finish version is far superior in its directing and cinematic appeal. The Director uses wide empty shots to evoke the feeling of isolation and loneliness in the characters.

Story-  🙂 it’s the tale of a vampire child her struggle to live, but mostly its her love story with a boy who is as alienated from the world as she is and the struggle to keep each other safe. Most of you will draw comparisons from this to Twilight and in no way are these stories on the same level, Let the Right One In is a far superior story.

Acting- 🙂 🙂 the entire story is produced with grade school children and they seemed like seasoned professionals in front of the camera. It’s something you have to see to believe.