If the idea of having children as queer women is a fraught and complicated topic, Good Manners opens itself up to the mess.
This is a ghost story. This is a horror movie. This is two decades of queer lives free to live.
She lets Miriam bite her arm. She lets Miriam suck her blood. She enjoys it. She wants more. She wants all of it.
As The Haunting of Hill House has found new life across decades, the queerness has become more explicit yet less important to the overall work.
The real horror is straight people.