Lizzy’s review published on Letterboxd:
In the mood for a realist love. Warmed by a soft Vienna sun, a reunion in the streets began and here the lingering questions and regrets and curiosities would end. Two hearts flew past one another only to wind around back to the start, except the stones were cracked and the day sky was fading. A waltz with a misstep and a breakage in the river flow as words that were buried in the pinkish clouds came back through the clean yellow graze. Speech faltered but never fumbled as Jesse and Celine, weathered yet still as beautiful as the day they found each other and began the long road to forever and always, were lost in a moment. The eighty minute walk to a melody silent and gentle. Love is real, difficult, and here, perfectly embodied.