Austin Lord’s review published on Letterboxd:
A film that seems to be indecipherable, one that is as complex as identity itself, to reflect the lines that constantly blur in terms of one's own identity. Definitely the Bergman film I've connected with the most so far, but it makes sense as this film is an influence for pretty much all of my favorite films, so it's not wonder that I liked this. It started out very experimental and crazy, I wish that was carried out throughout the film as I was really liking that, but what I got instead was also very exciting and invigorating. This feels like one of those films that's confusing for a purpose, and not one that's meant to be solved, almost like Rashomon. A film meant to be felt rather than understood.