Motke Dapp’s review published on Letterboxd :
A few good things about this film:
1. I believed most of the acting. I especially felt the connection between Bradley and Zoe.
2. The score, although heavy handed at times, wasn't bad.
3. I like movies about writers, because I write.
Now the other stuff:
It was fine. It wasn't great. There were a good number of locations, and the film felt expensive, but also had this indie vibe to it, which probably ended up making it feel too mixed.
I did not like the way it was shot. Way too many unmotivated camera movements.
It was fine. I would not watch it again, nor would I recommend it to anyone, but I didn't dislike it.