Tim Burnham’s review published on Letterboxd :
This is an honest portrayal of grief. It's messy, unforgiving, funny, soul crushing, inconvenient, sporadic, absolute shit, and it doesn't get beaten.
I don't have much to say here. My father died about two years ago and I think about it everyday. I've lost friends over my inability to cope with it healthily and it dictates my life to a large degree. I was forever changed the day he died and I only just realized that watching this goddamn movie.
I wasn't particularly close with my father for most of my life and I only started to get back in touch with him in the last year or so before he went. I regret so much of it.
I'm sorry for putting this here. It's not a review and doesn't belong but I don't know what else to say about the film. It's poignant and real.