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Lorenzo Ghelli Belotti’s review published on Letterboxd :
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The first 10 minutes of this film are ridiculous, but just as I was ready to abandon my hopes the real film started. It's dirty and vulgar, but also tender and sad. And I'm not saying there's nothing bad later on. Indeed, after the girl dies the film kinda returns to its dumb origins. And let's just not talk about the ending.
The acting is on a new level. Undoubtedly the best element of the film.
The nocturnal atmosphere is also beautiful.