Paul Thomas’s review published on Letterboxd:
I love movies about terrible people, but that is not what this movie is. A film that never loses it's gut-wrenching rawness, even when it sails into the fantastical. It gives you the rare feeling only few great films can. That feeling that sends you into crisis mode, as opposed to simply understanding the characters are in crisis.
It's lyrical and uncategorizably wonderful. The last 30 minutes hit me with a feeling that was truly painful and uncomfortable, but honest. I'll never forget this movie.