Elchsohn’s review published on Letterboxd:
This whole movie seems to be about meta-narratives of all kinds, but most importantly, the meta-narrative we build of our own past - an idealized one - and how, even though it is wrong to do so, we'll always fall back into this pattern.
There's a ton more I could say about this movie, but it's been a day since I watched this, and I still can't order my thoughts about it, even though I'm constantly thinking about it. Hopefully, I'll be better at analyzing it whenever I'll rewatch it, but until then, I can only recommend watching it to whomever who hasn't yet. It's a classic.