Laura Wood’s review published on Letterboxd:
A warm blanket of film capturing two complete and complex souls. As well as a charming city that feels contained without suffocating. I think this film is not given enough credit for its 3 part formula. Drawn out love scenes and unfulfilled characters manifest the fault in memory. How feelings magnify when unresolved. The sentimental saps out there who have felt it understand. This is a movie for them. This movie is a kind friend telling them to move on.
Oh! personal journal-like note-
I am not the person I thought I would be by now. I am so typical. Yet somehow I feel so detached from all the young 20-something characters I see in movies. Then I watched Jake (played by the so very lovely Anton Yelchin) amble around like a ghost. I felt my current existence affirmed. I felt very thankful for this movie.