Zsófia Vera’s review published on Letterboxd:
Paul Dano's directorial debut is a stunningly eviscerating tableau of marital discord seen through the eyes of the child.
Jake G and Carey M are suitably spectacular in the role of the teenageresque parents, but it's Ed Oxenbould who steals the show as the son with his sad eyes and slumped demeanour.
Beautifully shot and masterfully paced, the film reveals the layers of surprising wisdom beneath Dano's baby face.
And that last scene my god ... not since Carol had I had my breath so fantastically stolen away. One, two ... three.