Cskahl1940’s review published on Letterboxd:
This was too real, it took such a horrific situation along with it's repercussions that follow and made it real. The performances and camera work are what make this so personal for me. Larson and Tremblay both are giving their best performances here. They are real and their bond does not seem like an act. You feel for the son and his pain and relate and understand the struggle of the mother. The camera work consisted of hand held shots from what I could tell. This choice is something that makes it seem real and lived in. It also built on anxiety for the characters and had my heart racing due to this choice. This is a beautiful movie in such a harsh story that I think would be a great watch especially during times of uncertainty and rethinking.