DT Kersten’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's been far too long since I've seen something this compelling. Mystic and macabre, trusting in the intelligence of its audience. The score is haunting and performances are pitch perfect. My mind is racing in an attempt to piece together all of the bits not explicitly sewn together.
I enjoyed Call Me By Your Name but this makes me actively anxious to see what else Luca Guadagnino will bring to the table. Already thinking about watching this again.