Shritan’s review published on Letterboxd:
Perhaps Carol's most cherished gift to me is its vacant, isolating window-panel imagery. It's densely memorial. It radiates a devastatingly reflective odyssey for Mara's Therese, especially in an opening reel. One that infuses timeless expanse to a seasonal courtship. Haynes nudges us to her, someone who's painfully musical, her heart being all profoundly clockwork. This is my favourite touch of cinema. The reminiscent kind. Postcard trains of thought...for the lonesome. People of song and ink.
Now, let me take a long walk to listen to the score on loop.