Lydia Roberts’s review published on Letterboxd:
and with that my oscars barrage can finally end and i'm free to go back to watching good movies like tenacious d in the pick of destiny
this was cool ! has a genuine spirit to it that's crucially lacking in festival arthouse material and I love that about it, it's still just... there for me really until the last 3 or so chapters. julie's great. i'm just wanting a very hard to grasp more, which is, of course, very ironic considering julie's own indecisiveness and such.