The most noticeable thing about this slow-burn Aussie crime drama is how it tonally wavers yet never loosens its chokehold on the viewers. There were moments where I thought The Stranger was going to take a psychological horror route, but then it's quick to revert to its drama-thriller backdrop. The first act doesn't give away a lot, with both Edgerton and Harris coming across as strangers we're trying to dissect.I thought the film came into form in the second act, when some secrets begin to unfurl. As opposed to the sketch we get of his character (by way of the investigation scenes), Sean Harris puts up a restrained performance that is strangely satisfying and gets under your skin. Edgerton is also really good, but I'd say the film scores when the spotlight is on Harris.It's a slow-burn thriller which discusses violence but rarely shows it. Most of the details (and reveals) are expository in nature, so it'd totally depend on whether you enjoy films that pick the non-scenic route. I'm pretty sure Kate Kyriacou's book which the film bases itself on, is incredible to read.
Is there any way to get stable performance Yes, but only at a severe trade-off. By running the PS4 Pro code on PS5 under backwards compatibility and selecting the performance mode, you can get a nearly-locked 60fps during gameplay. Unfortunately, this comes at a massive visual hit: resolution is dropped all the way down to 720p, making the game look quite blurry and muddy. Worse still, asset quality is cut all the way down to the Series S standard. It's a hard choice to make - the cuts here are huge - but it does at least perform at a good level. However, there is a 'hidden' mode on PS5. By setting the console to 1080p output and restarting the game, you get access to a native 1080p mode. This mode appears to run the game at a straight 1080p output with no signs of checkerboarding. Frame-rates are a bit better than the performance modes, but performance hangs in the mid to high 50s during most combat. The dips are still quite noticeable unfortunately.
I also looked at the last-gen consoles, where PS4 and Pro retain resolution and performance modes, whereas Xbox machines... don't. Resolution takes a dive, operating anywhere between 720p and 1080p depending on the console and mode, and asset quality is like Series S on all last-gen machines. Interestingly, PS4 Pro and Xbox One X perform fairly well. The Pro holds close to 60fps in typical gameplay in performance mode with occasional dips, with a resolution mode that offers 30fps gameplay with significant dips in combat. One X offers a very consistent, solid 60fps update that feels quite good to play - by far the strongest performer of the native console versions. It looks quite similar to the Series S release but drops frames much more rarely. It may seem odd that One X can outperform Series X and PS5, though the reduced resolution and asset quality surely help here.
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