Jordan Brown’s review published on Letterboxd:
I think my favorite thing about this movie was how it handled the affect their strict religion had on their lives. While it was certainly an antagonist, it was not a villain. There was no fire and brimstone here, no hand wringing about sin. It's about relationships, tradition, and obligation. This film has so much to say about love and friendship and forgiveness and it does so with poetic earnestness. These performances are electric yet natural and everything they feel, you feel and I think that's just spectacular.