alb0’s review published on Letterboxd:
What I like the most about K.K is that he understood people. He understood human interactions and feelings and knew how to translate them to screen. A lot of his movies deal with the connections people form with each other. In this one, the connection is literal. K.K plays with the idea of doppelgangers but in his own style.
The plot felt kind of shaky sometimes. Weronika/Veronique's motivations weren't very strong or clear. It's nevertheless interesting, I guess it's just not a plot driven movie. I also loved the lighting, directing, acting, everything. Gorgeous movie.