Nicholas Diulus’s review published on Letterboxd:
Such a beautiful score with one of the best scripts I’ve ever seen put to the big screen. I just can’t imagine anyone coming close to resembling this at all for the beauty it beholds, but at the same time the ugliness it beholds. And it is by far clear to see why this is David Fincher’s favorite movie. He uses the twist in this and has put that same thing in most of his movies, you know which ones I’m talking about. Fincher is by far my favorite director and it was amazing to see the film he loves so much it really warmed my heart.