FarrierCollins’s review published on Letterboxd:
"I don't even know how to talk to you. I never have."
Beautiful and understated drama that delves into past romance, regrets, the immigrant experience and estranged relationships. It's a small film, but I think this speaks to a lot of people. There were moments and tendencies that I recognized in my relationship with my parents and what I saw of theirs. It very seamlessly transitions between two main timelines that further strengthen where the film ends up. I really liked all the central performances and I think Alan Yang shows great promise as a filmmaker.
Tzi Ma is truly the go-to Asian dad in cinema.