Alex Harper’s review published on Letterboxd:
Millennial distillation. Complete equation of personal identity and action in an endlessly possible world; paralysis of choice the societal epidemic. Trier's flighty, conscious paean to a generation is instantly familiar yet wholly personal, and it is all, form and function, a resounding triumph.
I found the ending to be extremely hopeful. Debate whether I'm a sociopath.
Watched with a splitting headache. Not uncommon. The only local place that does arthouse cinema has a choice of two screens, one a furnace, the other with seats designed to torture people 6'3", like me. Grateful I was in the latter screen for this.