matt lynch’s review published on Letterboxd:
"The way I see it, and Plato agrees with me, is that there is what is, and then there is what we would like it to be. Well, that's not important. What's important is the future, is planning ahead. 'A man without a plan is not a man.' Nietzsche. Wait a minute. Wait. I'm having a thought. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. I'm gonna have a thought. It's coming...it's gone. Let's rise above the tide. Take that journey, that journey into that faraway land, a land that just waits. It waits by the track, where the train of destiny must run, run into the future, breaking the shackles of the past. Forget the past. Forget the -- our limitations are our shackles. Put them behind you forever."