Tom Boyd-Hall’s review published on Letterboxd:
A collection of seemingly random, nonsensical and obscured images, dialogue and animates with no real meaning. Yet, at the same time, every single second of this describes and represents the fragility of life and the beauty of simply existing flawlessly.
I can’t talk about this film. I’m not smart enough, old enough or simply understanding enough of this film in order to review it. How can someone even criticise this? I don’t understand how someone can give this less than 5 stars.
Just please watch it. I want every single person in the world to experience It’s Such a Beautiful Day.