Raul Marques’s review published on Letterboxd:
David Lynch meets Neighboring Sounds with teens (but not for them). The story and characters are laconic in the hope of being confused with deep or complex, but first-time feature director nails the strange nightmare-like vibe of her obvious clear inspirations like Blue Velvet and Twin Peaks. One aspect that's definitely head and shoulders above the rest of the film, it's the cinematography. It uses terrifically the somewhat dystopian scenery of the region it was shot, with huge building complexes and vast abandoned areas to build the offbeat aura.