John Ruhl’s review published on Letterboxd:
Yep. Still fucking incredible.
From its shocking and harrowing opening sequence, this is a film that will almost undoubtedly resonate with millennials than most others. It's a political film in that sense about violence, without politics ever being mentioned.
I just find everything about this film to be so brilliantly assembled and put together. I can't name the last time I saw a film this ambitious in the past few years.