Eli Hayes’s review published on Letterboxd:
"People live for no particular reason,
But they die, for some reason."
A simple idea, executed with such astonishing and mesmerizing beauty that, to me, it is a contender for the most gorgeous film ever made. We, the audience, hold onto each fragile, fleeting moment, absorbing every single flawlessly shot frame, just as the Son holds onto the last moments that he will ever have with his dear Mother.
Sorry for cutting this review short,
But I think I have something,
In both of my eyes.