Issac’s review published on Letterboxd:
When it comes to short stories, there's always a lot that the story is saying without actually saying much. And that's exactly what this film is.
There's 3 stories in this film and of course It's slow and it's quiet. The acting is strong and although there's no real purpose to each story, there's a lot more that's being said (or shown) to us as how these specific women live their life in the mountain side of Montana.
I've never seen short stories adapted into a film before but I believe Kelly Reichardt really nailed this in the most authentic and artistic way possible.