MarcosNavarro’s review published on Letterboxd:
Like food for the soul, especially on a rainy day. This film keeps on giving. Full of thoughtfully crafted images, compelling story/performances, and an underlying message that I haven’t fully wrapped my head around but can’t help but think “acceptance.” It’s not perfect, but it never fails to be honest, which is most important.
Also, gotta be one of the greatest first features from a director in the past decade, at least.