I thought it was a good movie. But I am a bit conflicted on who's perspective told the story. I would like to think that it was actually from Rumi's point of view and not Mima's. It would explain all of the delusions and indicate that the real Mima was aware that she had a stalker, but that she was in fact mentally stable the whole time. I doubt that is the intention, but it makes it a lot more fun for me to think that the whole thing was just a mind trip from Rumi and the viewers went along for the ride.