Spoor is the latest film from one of Poland’s most prolific and influential filmmakers to hit the United States. Adapted from the novel Drive Your Plough Over the Bones of the Dead, Agnieszka Holland’s Spoor follows Duszejko (Agniezska Mandat), a retired civil engineer who loves astrology and taking care of animals in a remote mountain village on the Czech-Polish border. But when her precious dogs suddenly go missing—and gruesome, unexplained murders start to occur during different hunting seasons—Duszejko is determined to find out what exactly is going on, even if nobody takes her unusual theories seriously. Holland colors the town with a dynamic cast of characters, but it’s Duszejko’s unreliability and paranoia that command this film. Spoor can feel a bit bloated and sprawling at times, but Holland keeps its audience engaged with every confusing and conflicting step of the mystery.