Aaron Michael’s review published on Letterboxd:
Went to the theater to see this again before it disappeared, for no other reason than I wanted/needed to behold this cinematography again on the big screen. I mean, really, there isn't a single frame that isn't perfect. I'd let some cynics dim the brilliance of this for me, but it really is just a knockout. The moment we see Zula listening to the French version of the song she's been singing since the beginning of the movie is heartbreaking and provides all the context you need to understand the ending.