Alex Billington’s review published on Letterboxd:
Screened in 35mm. A story of how a kiss can ignite a spark, a feeling that just won't go away. Feels like this was made in the early 2000s and pulled out of a vault. Doesn't come together as nicely as I hoped, but glad to see Dolan experimenting with something different. Definitely not my favorite Dolan film, but also not terrible. It has so much pain and sadness in it, mixed in with house parties and fights with his mother (as usual). At least it has a rad soundtrack but that's expected.