Nathan Douglas’s review published on Letterboxd:
Given the hype around this in certain circles, I am trying hard to temper my initial reaction but there is no getting around this: it's the most vital Canadian film of the 21st century to date, and the first time in my life I have felt so in tune with someone of my own generation. That may simply be a result of my own inexperience with Canadian experimental work of the last 15 years. At the same time, I can't think of single film viewing like this - one that had me knowing, finally, what it was like to lose your breath in 1960.
(I hope to write more).