Haydn’s review published on Letterboxd:
I’m glad I gave this a second shot. Like this more than my first watch.
Still has some issues, but the beauty and rawness of its story, themes, performances (like this film won’t be as good without Brie and Jacob), and visual wonderment that makes this an impactful experience (even with not always being committed at some points).
Great. I’m now depress. Going to finish season 1 of Fleabag to cure it up a bit.