Alan Mattli’s review published on Letterboxd:
This definitely did more for me than Day Is Done, Imbach's other filmed-out-the-window movie, mostly thanks to the more playful cinematography, the more convincing overall concept, and the refreshing lack of a tongue-in-cheek narrative. But it also feels like Imbach is trying to take his stationary spin on the city symphony further than it can ever go. 111 (Day Is Done) and 131 minutes (Nemesis) eventually water down all the good stuff that is there. Pretty sure there's a 60-minute masterpiece in this approach. Third time's the charm maybe?