Adam Waldowski’s review published on Letterboxd :
A leisurely travelogue full of charmingly awkward and bizarre interactions that run the gamut of human connection. There are some literary devices at work (e.g. a younger version of our protagonist reflected in a child he encounters) and an extended reference to Un chant d'amour that suggest writer-director Reybaud still has his footing to find. But he quite clearly has a voice and it's an immensely promising first feature.