Nick’s review published on Letterboxd:
Dear Zachary may be the most essential piece of filmmaking this side of 2000. The necessity with which the story is told (16mm, camcorder, rough editing, DIY style, etc.) makes the almost second person perspective of storytelling all the more impactful. The humanity on display here is life-affirming and moving unlike any other piece of art. It's absolutely the pinnicle of genuine filmmaking. If I could only preserve one piece of media to represent what humanity was about, this would be it.