xan’s review published on Letterboxd:
I obviously loved some parts more than others. The first “chapter” was more exhilarating than the second, but both chapters had its own specialty in telling their different stories through these two different perspectives. It was told through fast and slow pacing, different aspect ratios, and an good ending to tie both stories together. It was an up and down experience (a wavy one if that’s makes sense).
It wasn’t as childish as people said it was. Frankly, I thought this film’s use of text conversations made it more real, considering it’s a story that takes place today. It was pretty easy to overlook what I thought was gonna make this subpar.
It’s nothing more than a sweet young drama cemented with sweet young performances.