Like the book, the film switches between the perspectives of Rachel, Anna and Megan and even having read the book I was sometimes confused by the timeline.
If we’re going to compare it to is truly let down is in its structure, which I don’t think succeeds in steadily raising the stakes.
There is less time for Rachel to ponder the tiny clues that will reveal what happened during her missing hours.
This could just be an unavoidable problem of adapting the book to the screen, but the conclusion seems a lot more obvious and logical than I thought it would be.
The star is known for her energetic dance routines.