Niels ’t Hooft’s review published on Letterboxd :
I was afraid this was going to be one of those movies that end badly, making it a super tense experience all the way through. Even the humor is tense, you're never sure when it's appropriate to laugh. I love the balance between light and heavy, love the acting, love the editing, swift, detailed and associative, jumping over things when they're not strictly necessary.
Then it ends well…
And then there is the montage everybody talks about, suggesting that things don't end well at all. That they're still super bad.
I'm not sure about this sequence at all:
- it turns the movie into a pamphlet;
- it's deliberately horrific and shocking;
- and with the insane speed of the Trump news cycle it's already outdated.
After going back and forth for a bit I decided on a 5/5 rating for the most interesting movie you can watch right now, with the most interesting ending, despite (or because of) the arguments against it.