This is a slow, subtle ghost story that plays with time and memory in interesting ways. A nurse goes to care for an old woman who may be dying. The house may be haunted by a woman who disappeared with (and was murdered by?) her groom on her wedding day, and a writer (who will become the old dying woman) occasionally appears to narrate some ghostliness.
It is, perhaps, a bit too subtle. The cinematography has a washed-out, dreamy feel, and the nurse’s inner dialogue is delivered in a hushed monotone. There are some good ideas here, and some interesting ways of twisting time and memory, but it never really gives us characters we can like; rather, we get tropes who fit into a moody setting. It never feels like anything is at stake, since the story is a closed loop, and so it never succeeds in giving us a shudder.