benhack’s review published on Letterboxd:
Grief in galvanising image, autonomy claimed in resolute closure - a sensitivity deeply affecting in aesthetic glory. An ambivalence that ambles in translation, verbal and visual - textures that engage through form and ambition. These twilight memories to discern; in regret, insidious on the mind - absent. Yet, they give vitality, a sanguine passion to unabating creativity that cascades morose inertia. Phantasms of emotion, turbulent and tender in their parlance - all emerging palpable through celluloid candour...liberty, at last.