Christopher Charpentier’s review published on Letterboxd:
I think this film was the most hard to watch out of all the nominated films but that’s exactly what it needed to be. How personal this is, I have no idea. But Max Klaiber performs his role as if he’s letting a demon out of his body. His mannerisms and his line deliveries are poignant and say a lot about how the character has progressed up to this point in his life. I’ve heard Max say it a few times but this really does feel like it was made as a therapeutic release. The entire film is blunt, raw, and upfront about alcohol and drug addiction and how it affects the people around us.