Thomas McCallum’s review published on Letterboxd:
The thing that stood out to me most in this film was the score. It was uniquely different but still just fit so perfectly, like I couldn't imagine anything else being played.
Delon's acting seemed a little flat, but I think that's what made his character who he was, so I actually didn't hate it.
The story was great. I was constantly entranced, even during the long, frequent stretches without any dialogue. I almost felt a "noir" vibe the whole time, I'm not sure why.
Whatever it was, it made for a great atmosphere and an overall fantastic film.