Bradley’s review published on Letterboxd:
A beautiful, trippy, horrific nightmare (or fairytale?). Florence Pugh absolutely kills it, showing a massive range of emotion pretty much flawlessly. The supporting cast is great, and this film is actually surprisingly hilarious - both through dialogue (mostly from Will Poulter) and absolutely absurd situations. Ari very clearly has a massive amount of confidence in his craft, and I’m officially on board with anything he does.
I can’t wait to see this again.