Carl Sandell’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is part of the 30 countries challenge.
Glorious use of experimental cinematics to construct a free-flowing dream exploration of the parts of the mind that are not accessible. There is a ridiculous amount of coherent logic for the insane stream of consciousness that makes up the entire movie. Tangents and dreams within dreams always find their way back to wherever they started and every non sequitur fits in the overall picture.
It's nice how seamless the film mixes in silent movie elements like title cards instead of spoken dialogue. Inside the mind there may not be a difference, as it's just information accessed with varying levels of clarity. Manifesting this on film with such success is just great.