Diego Rocke’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm going to be thinking about this movie for days.
This might be the best thriller I’ve seen so far in the year. Burning is a magnificent film. The story is meticulously constructed with a slow pace that helps to develop every moment and every character. Is about loneliness, about the social difference between the hard-working class people and the rich ones who value a different kind of things. Everything was great, from the sense of ambiguity to the change of tone at the beginning, to the cinematography that is astonishing, the score and of course the performances.