Jay ✊🏾✊🏾’s review published on Letterboxd:
Some great visual direction, but doesn’t know how to unitize the usage of place and space to make the obvious religious undertones succeed beyond the superficial. It is almost as if the movie is too scare too fully examine the guidance of faith that is present for the movie without offending the obvious target demographic this movie was made for. So much attempt at a deconstruction and reconstruction of someone gaining back ownership of their faith in a time of question without taking the uncomfortable route or exploring the flaws with the faith in question. Don’t attempt a story like this if you aren’t gonna go all the way and push the religious viewers out their comfort zone. This movie is a fucking coward and belongs in the pureflix catalog.