Michael James’s review published on Letterboxd:
An absorbing melancholic existential drama that deals with themes of love, loss, grief and acceptance. It beautifully crafts it’s outwardly tough lonely characters and explores the deeper complicated painful emotions buried within, their confrontation and the profound human connection established between them. The 180 minute long drama definitely demands your patience, as it provides ample space for its characters to breathe and grow upon, with all the meaningful silences and honest conversations, it takes you on a y emotionally rewarding experience.
“Those who survive, keep thinking about the dead. In one way or the other that will continue. You and I must keep living like that. We must keep on living”