It’s been said that good things come to those who wait, and after numerous delays, the highly-anticipated release of Saint Maud is finally here. True to the adage, it’s good—even great. The debut film from writer-director Rose Glass paints an eerie portrait of a pious hospice nurse obsessed with saving her dying patient’s soul. An engaging meditation on faith and foolishness, the film follows the mysterious and mousy Maud (Morfydd Clark) as she grapples with sinister forces and a sinful past while caring for the world-weary Amanda (Jennifer Ehle). Anchored by Clark’s and Ehle’s captivating performances, Saint Maud sees the women’s desires brush against one another in increasingly uncomfortable interactions that keep viewers guessing. Is Maud really a saint sent to do God’s bidding, or merely a troubled woman looking to save herself? Settle into the muted scenery, which comes with bursts of madness, to find out.