Cameron C.’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is without a doubt in my mind the best film of 2016. Though there's something terrible about that. Most people will probably not enjoy this film or really get anything from it.
That just makes me feel like a plastic bag blowing in the wind. I can understand people not going to see this. It had practically no marketing, and IFC put it out in very few theaters.
That doesn't necessarily bother me. What bothers me is that people will think movie is bad.
This movie is what it's really like. What relationships are. What work is like. What going to your job everyday is like. What the unspoken truth is.
Like Lily Gladstone in this film, I've had trouble telling people in my life how much I really care for them. How much I understand them. These feelings are universal. Carpe diem isn't a popular saying for nothing.
If you can't understand this movie I can't help.