Dominic Cobb’s review published on Letterboxd:
Charlie Kaufman is one of the few writers out there these days who really want their audience to think, not only about what's going on in the story, but about character, about life, and about the film as a whole. This, like all of Kaufman's films, warrants rewatches galore, simply to try to fully understand the film. Of course, as usual with his films, there seems to be no one right interpretation. But it's fascinating, beautiful, poignant, and meaningful, no doubt.