Ryan Laux’s review published on Letterboxd:
I love the whole vibe of this movie. Dan Stevens is fucking incredible as David, a soldier who shows up on the doorstep of a family who lost their son in the war, who David says he was close with. He becomes close with each family member and helps them in different ways, and things get pretty nuts after that. The music is perfect, the direction is sharp, and the movie has serious moments but doesn’t take itself too seriously and it just works. Again, Dan Stevens OWNS this role and Adam Wingard crafted a serious gem.