Noah Schwartz’s review published on Letterboxd:
Deeply unsettling and effective psychological horror film that uses a great visual system incorporating lots of long lens photography and strong contrasting symmetry and asymmetry. The ending was a little bit too pretentious even though I completely get it's more metaphorical but it was really on the nose. This was also really well acted. There were some small issues, a poorly graded shot here, a distracting or abrupt cut there.