Jesse_Wroe’s review published on Letterboxd:
The south is like a geographical subconscious, a realm where the foundations of emotion and personal history are hidden. When it heads north, rising above the terrain that separates it from awareness, it reveals the pain that was kept secret. Adolescence is that cognitive stage where this pain begins to dance, footwork set in motion by the adults that took care of us, who made us feel their magical power in the gaze of our naivety. Innocence is lost, but maturity is found. Our mothers and fathers had so much strength, but now we’re entranced by their weakness. We become weak too. But life doesn’t have to end, for now.