Scott D'Agostino’s review published on Letterboxd:
I've been dying to see this movie for almost a decade and I was not disappointed. It's an absolute masterpiece, one of the greatest achievements in cinematic history. It's 7+ hours but it is completely worth it. It's both one of the grimmest (the landscape is super desiccated) and prettiest (the cinematography is gorgeous) I've ever seen. It's Béla Tarr's masterpiece and I'm glad it finally popped up on one of my services.