Greta review effective B-movie madness

Isabelle Hupperts unhinged central performance lifts Neil Jordans solid genre thriller The catalyst in Neil Jordans thriller is a green handbag. An expensive-looking leather satchel, square with a gold clasp. Left unattended on a subway seat, its either an invitation or a ticking bomb (in a way, its both). Twentysomething Frances (Chlo Grace Moretz), heading home from her waitressing job at a fancy Manhattan restaurant, picks it up, intending to hand it in to the stations Lost and Found, but no one is there to receive it. Reluctantly, she opens the bag, discovering a drivers licence (with an address!) belonging to a Greta Hideg, and so to Brooklyn she goes. The French-accented Greta (It Follows, under-used but providing spiky comedy). …