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AliBouzari’s review published on Letterboxd:
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This started off as a very promising movie, and the main character performed well, some good humor too, but the ending torched the whole movie on fire. I have nothing against open endings that welcome different interpretations. The problem is incoherency within the world it represents, it shouldn’t oppose itself like that; what I mean is everything you see is real (he might be hallucinating or dreaming but it's all in the realm of reality) right up till the last bit;
, the girl is not though, she couldn’t possibly be there (Two people see her at the same time so she’s not a hallucination), hence the incoherency. And to introduce a made-up element to finish a drastically real plot was just painfully disappointing.