Roger Ebert, a top critic from Chicago Sun-times, praises the movie in multiple aspects. The 28 minutes scene with no talking was discussed it his critic. Ebert embraces the meticulous construction and specific details. With a extreme tight budget, the director still did a perfect job on the movie. Instead of shrinking the money on stage properties, he found less famous actors who eventually flawlessly acted the movie. Ebert also highlights the opening that the director used closeups of actors’ eyes to show their characteristics. Ebert talks about how the first half of the movie gradually increase to climax by adding members to “the Stephanotis”. Then, in the second half, when each main character were being killed the climax fade away. He also talks about kidnapping the little boy and how interesting it was that the kid didn’t notice the kidnap.