Noah Smith’s review published on Letterboxd:
Dialogue is fucking great, and Gallo had clear intentions on how it was going to be delivered. Everyone is great but Gazzara is a treat. Looks like he’s on the verge of tears the whole time, and that singing scene is muah.
Shot real nice, great look to it. Especially in the parents house. I can smell the carpet of that house. Stylistic flourishes are GREAT. Tap dancing to King Crimson in a bowling alley. So non-chalant and random. Beautiful.
Can see me rewatching it and score going up.