Anthony Le’s review published on Letterboxd:
At just a short 62 minutes, Don Hertzelot's directional debut, "It's Such a Beautiful Day" proves to be a cynical, realist, intriguing look into the world of everyday life. It's refreshing to see a film that doesn't even for a bit, try to lie about the state at which they perceive the world. It's a personal story; one that most can relate with, or somewhat agree with.
The animation medium used for this film is beautiful. The medium allows for maximum creative leniency. Hertzelot can convey his message perfectly with this film. He captures the insanity, the evil, the good: the essence of life. And to this he did it only 62 minutes. That's incredible.