Justin Fitzgerald’s review published on Letterboxd:
As someone who is familiar with all of Malick's work, this one sits among the best for me. It isn't about dissecting the narrative but the experience I have while watching it.
Clearly it's an incredibly personal, poetic film for Malick which transcends into a beautiful film.
Cinematography is jaw-dropping. The lighting and color palette is magnificent. The fluid movement that the actors bring to the film shines a light that doesn't seem like acting at all. Every reaction and expression conveyed seems real .
I wouldn't suggest this film if this is your first Malick outing.