I'm thinking the other reviewers of this movie missed the whole point. The situation with Will (played brilliantly by Tom Sturridge) is SUPPOSED to make you uncomfortable. Will is clearly "off" a bit. He's not certifiably disturbed but he sure keeps you wondering until a turning point in the movie. Rachel Bilson does a nice job with the character of Emma. Will's infatuation with her is the heart of the whole story. While Will is making everyone around him nervous (including us viewers), there is this "something" about him that harkens to childhood that all of us adults want to retreat to now and then. Emma is going through a tough time and sees that innocence in Will that she reconnects with, even while she tries to resist. The film has this disturbing tension that I'm glad I hung in with. It drew me in. All the other characters seems to also soften as the story unfolds. Loved the ending. I also appreciated the innocence of it that is so uncharacteristic of movies these days. That quality honors the character of the childlike Will.