Charlie Morris’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Stick with it," they said, "It'll get better." That was not the case.
It's true that there is a great concept behind this film, and it was one that I would have really enjoyed if every situation that the lead character was in was not so mentally fucked up. It wasn't that I found it too complex either, as I picked up quite early on what was going on, or at least a very simplified version of it. My problem was that it was all too far-fetched for me to enjoy, which alongside the slow pacing made it extremely hard for me to get into, let alone want to continue watching until the end. I stuck with it though, as I was pleaded to, but it wasn't worth it.
For all of about two minutes, I did really like the accordion scene.