Filmusicinemike’s review published on Letterboxd:
I can not believe it has almost been 1 year since I witnessed this in the theater. It absolutely floored me. I was smart to give it a 4.5/5 instead of a perfect score right away, because now I have come to realize and understand that this is a perfect movie.
Between the long gazes between Reynolds and Alma along with the haunting score and frames, this is the perfect portrait of a broken man. I cannot stress how perfect this movie is enough. Those who degrade it because it lacks the contemporary “excitement” that comes with most other films must have to expand their film palette because this film is treasure.