Charles’s review published on Letterboxd:
Relentlessly brutal and entrancing, oddly majestic and calculated in presentation as well. Meanders around narrative tentpoles a bit but I can honestly see past it simply because this just never lets up. There’s so much artistry behind every shot, pan, camera tilt and music cue in this film. A post-Bronson NWR film- minus the obnoxious neon. Don’t sleep on this.
Also, the broken mirror shot alone solidifies this as the most stylistically potent film in forever.