evilbjork’s review published on Letterboxd:
Finding out that was an adaptation of a Haruki Murakami story mixed with a William Faulkner short story blew my mind because the entire time I couldn't stop thinking about how watching this was exactly like how it is to read a Murakami novel.
There's an incredible amount of depth in this story's presentation, it feels like every single aspect of this movie is a metaphor for something. The cinematography was incredible throughout and there were a huge number of scenes that take place in twilight hours, each was so beautiful to watch that it became what kept me interested in more than anything.
I have to say that this was very different than I thought it was gonna be but it turned out to be a unique story that has some really special direction and inspiration. This is gonna be in my thoughts for a while.