Jordan Smith’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's always comforting when something as exhausted as time travel is given a fresh spin. Time travel movies always play with perspective and incident and this is no different. I especially like how this makes us complicit in the, erm, crimes of our protagonist, at least in the way the voyeuristic sequences seem to indict the original man later on. Becomes very cluttered in its last twenty minutes or so, as these movies are wont to do, but it's anchored by a nice three-tiered performance from Karra Elejalde. Binoculars bring nothing but trouble in the movies.