Sean Baker’s review published on Letterboxd:
Saw it on the big screen at the Golden Apricot Film Festival.
Every shot is masterful. Looking forward to seeing it again.
Interesting seeing the film with an Armenian/Russian crowd. The first song that Joanna Kulig sings in the film is from the famous 1934 Russian film Moscow Laughs. (This is what I was told - not confirmed) This went over well with the audience being that most recognized it.