Charles Duquet’s review published on Letterboxd:
I have seen many excellent short films by Bohdanowicz and, following "Maison du Bonheur", my expectations for this one were high.
I give it recognition for it's study of language. There is a touching extent in the idea of creating a physical object in order to communicate through space (and time). But this film seems to dive into a deep personal exploration without providing essential support to the audience to follow through. It relies excessively on its viewer's ability to interpret the efforts of it's protagonist Audrey and to sympathize with the value she attributes to her great-grandmother's letters.