Ben Peterson’s review published on Letterboxd:
Not to sound pretentious but whatever man, I love when world cinema goes to places like this and explores what it wants and how it wants to. A film that isn't afraid to run instead of walk, because it's less concerned with mood than it is moments. And this has a bunch'a them. Renate Reinsve was as good and better than I'd heard for basically all of 2021. Anders Danielsen Lie is too. A movie that goes into territory that absolutely breaks me, and it was pretty unexpected. At times it got 80s/90s heartstrings dramatic and as someone who loves that, I loved this. We FOR SURE should've had two foreign language films in the Best Picture race this year.