The first third of this Italian thriller is practically wordless, yet it’s completely arresting. A mafia hit man (Saleh Bakri) realizes he’s being tailed and rushes his pursuers, turning the tables on them and initiating a gripping chase that leads him to the home of the gangster who ordered the ambush. When the hero sneaks in to take his revenge, he finds the man’s blind sister (Sara Serraiocco), who senses an intruder; an extended, impossibly tense cat-and-mouse sequence follows before the hit man is forced to kidnap her. Eventually this all settles into a routine moralistic drama and on-the-nose Catholic allegory, but the formal inventiveness persists. First-time filmmakers Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza directed, showing real promise. In Italian with subtitles.