Eli Hayes’s review published on Letterboxd:
Father Montgomery: [to Mildred] "You know, if you hadn't minimized the tragic narrative of a mother losing her child and the manner in which anger begets anger, and undermined gray spaces and complexity, AKA reality, with the misguided perception of "what if bad cops, but some good bad cops," -- seeing as that isn't even remotely what's attempting to be communicated [the point of view that Dixon has some sort of "redemption arc" being something I'm particularly incapable of comprehending (did we watch the same distressingly fallacious finale?)] -- you'd have a little more understanding of people's feelings."
Wait, sorry, that's
not what he said.