Ernest Calderon’s review published on Letterboxd :
Somewhere between a film and a TV show, as its characters are between life and death, between the wild and civilization.
Still letting this sit. It is undeniably gorgeous, mostly shot in the vast openness of middle America. The acting is small, precise, and tragic (or hilarious) throughout.
Somehow both angry and thankful that Netflix made this available on my TV. One thing's for sure: I don't think the Coens can make bad movies.