Libby Caldwell’s review published on Letterboxd:
An engaging and affecting film that I was expecting to like a lot less based on its Letterboxd rating but this deserves way more attention.
I’ll admit it is somewhat messy but no more than most other films, and it’s visual style is beautiful.
I really liked the cast and the way that the story was told with the time jumps and guess what? Natalie Portman makes herself completely unrecognisable yet again (not sure about that accent though), but she is truly one of the best actors of our time.