Lilian Kong’s review published on Letterboxd:
“You have to know that it is there and that it isn’t there.”
An invisible tangerine. A missing cat named Boil. A burning greenhouse. The isolated desperation of falling down a well.
This film is comprised of beautiful images strung together by a persistent tension. The powerful soundtrack and lovely mise-en-scene combine to create a true mood piece. However, some parts were edging towards the pretentious, the ending fell a bit short, and honestly, I have seen too many films about an emasculated man struggling to rediscover his power. Our female protagonist is unfortunately thrown to the side and only marginally important at the end.
A film with both personal and sociohistorical facets that stay with you even after it ends.