Daniel Foster’s review published on Letterboxd:
I've never come around so viscerally on a film while watching it. The first hour I thought was intriguing but overly edited to a nauseating degree. Then something clicked a little over halfway through, and it became one of the best films of 2018, a maddening frenzy of exploding heads and political traumas that was so powerful it made me dizzy, but this time in a good way. I might appreciate it more on a second watch, but on the other hand I never want to watch it again for making me feel the way it did. I'm having a little trouble breathing, so I'm gonna stop and lie down for a bit.