Wes’s review published on Letterboxd:
As soon as that first mournful musical note began the tears began to flow. By the end I was gasping for air. Her holds the truth. The truth about us, about love, about what our futures hold. Everything about it is teeming with life. The littlest things about it unearth hidden heartbreak and unfought pain in every scene; the way Theodore's voice can break when writing out love letters, the way characters carry themselves and how their eyes tell long forgotten stories. The way the screen fades to black as two characters get lost in each other. A film that most likely will only get more rewarding with each new rewatch with so many new things to notice every time. Kind of like what it must be like to fall in love with someone.