Kristian Segerberg’s review published on Letterboxd:
The film relied heavily on visual imagery and symbolism to tell the story and while I do enjoy films like this on occasion, this one did not impact me too much. There was defiently some very good scenes such as Eve in the room when she found out the mother and child that she got close to checked out of the hotel but also some very mundane scenes. The film did not use any music and while I usually love emotional soundtracks over emotional scenes, I defiently respect when filmmakers don’t want to rely on music at all to convey emotion. The film was aesthetically pleasing but with a simple story that did not particularly strike me greatly with the method it was told and with only a few great parts, I don’t see the film being more than a 3 but I can understand why some people would love this film.