This is something of which we can be sure. It is one of only a handful couple of things in this film of which we can be sure.
From the earliest starting point of his sophomore film (his stunningly better “February” otherwise known as “The Blackcoat’s Daughter” has waited in appropriation limbo however ought to be discharged one year from now), Perkins is playing with viewpoint and environment. For example, when we meet Lily, it is on her first day in the house. She says, “The pretty thing you are taking a gander at is me. Of this I am certain. My name is Lily Saylor. I am a hospice nurture. Three days back I turned 28 years of age.