PRASAD’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sometimes it's good to just sit in the silence.
Wish I watched this in theatres! Such a beautiful and powerful story. Riz Ahmed is terrific in a subtle yet demanding role. You connect with his character instantly and he takes you on this journey with him. I was angry when he was angry, excited when he was excited, so on and so forth. Olivia Cooke shines in this one too. Been a fan of her since "Me and earl and the dying girl" days.
A work of art.