Raul Marques’s review published on Letterboxd:
An extremely beautiful, understated, surprisingly non-self-centered and somewhat frustratingly short piece of faith manifested into moving art. Bound to be received divisively as it's made for IMAX and with a deeply emotional potential that basically can only be catalyzed with a previous devotion to either Kanye, his body of work or, you know, God (preferably all three). The transitions are all clunky, but the last three sequences are remarkably gorgeous. Let it be known that in a year of great cinema nothing got me as much as that rendition of 'Street Lights'.