jaemart’s review published on Letterboxd:
I don’t usually say this right after I watch something, but I want to rewatch this. I remember really feeling attached to the individual scenes, but there was maybe something missing when it comes to the cohesiveness of the whole thing. But maybe not, idk.
The acting was fucking awesome, but that’s expected from two of the best actors right now. Oh plus Jesse Plemons is one of the best actors now too, but his role wasn’t showy so whatevs.