demi adejuyigbe’s review published on Letterboxd:
This movie holds the fuck up on a second viewing. It’s phenomenal. It’s so brutal and heartbreaking when it’s not being so fun.
There are so many great quotes near the end of the film that I won’t write for fear of spoiling a big emotional shift that the audience deserves to feel, all at once. And frankly, there is no better year for this story to be told. It’s like if David O. Russell were better at his job, or if Martin Scorsese wanted to tell any woman’s story.