Jacob’s review published on Letterboxd:
Still have all my same critiques as before, but the pacing is much better here, and somehow it doesn’t feel as long as it did before. New scenes do a lot to keep the relationship/break-up thread going, as well as further fleshing out the community. I was kind of shocked how little the final act of this was affected, especially considering that’s where I saw the greatest need for expansion.
Also, this is nothing new, but I’m giving it the extra bump for how good the costumes are. May Queen Fashion 2019.