Ben Empey’s review published on Letterboxd:
There are at least a hundred shots in this movie where I’m like how did someone think to put the camera there? How does someone even maneuver a camera like that? It gives me hope that there are still good movies to come.
I love that john magaro becomes therese’s ally, he is the only man who has ever truly seen her, and they just become bros shooting up drywall.
After seeing the film the first time my mom said “she did the right thing, it would be hard for rindy to grow up in the 50s with two moms.”
Ed Lachman gave a Q&A after screening his personal print, the only print that exists.