skःrऽɛs६’s review published on Letterboxd:
... I had not seen this balance in a movie for a long time.
Such a back and forth delicacy.
Carrying all the story layers was really a heavy weight on the shoulders, and when everything seemed appalling they put a Radiohead song and I told to myself “oh come on, don’t do this, not with the saddest band in the whole planet”
Then I kept watching until the very last second, right there when the credits end.
Merged with a message, because that’s what movies are for.