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You go alone to hand-deliver the bag to Greta Hideg (Isabelle Huppert), who, according to the identification card you find, is a tiny, nice-looking woman in her 60s.Frances, who recently lost her own mother, wants to do what she considers the right thing. Before you know it, she and Greta are fast friends. It's only when Frances stumbles on something that frightens her enough to ghost Greta that things get bad.First, Huppert isn't as old as the film seems to want her to be."Greta" is about as retrograde as you can get."Greta" is screening in Beirut-area cinemas.
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