Warren Bradley’s review published on Letterboxd:
Gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous. Enjoyed it way more than the first time, there's so much little subtleties within Gallo's and Ricci's performance and they both do well to show off two different versions of vulnerability and sadness. The film is a showcase on what you can do with a low budget. It is stylistically playful, but it doesn't detract from the story line. The cinematography is understated and claustrophobic, cold and bleak and all of the colours blend so well together. Still haven't found a film quite like it.
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