Alex Engquist’s review published on Letterboxd:
88:88: when time is suspended, defying time is a radical act. ideas, verses, memories, projections set free travel on separate wavelengths. "the cut" becomes the place where they intersect (& formally overlap, interrupt each other, mutate, evolve). this is a new political cinema. it cannot be removed from personal experience any more than it can keep the lights turned on or love from falling apart. but it can move.