a’s review published on Letterboxd:
Such a gentle little push into love, loss and miracles. I didn't care for this much on my first viewing, but it grew on me and I knew a rewatch was requiered. It helps that I checked out the bluray, because this is visually breathtaking. I'm not a fan of the film's logic, because it's rather dumb, but it's not something that breaks its story. Sure, it drags it down, but its emotional value did it for me this time. Such a pure and cute little love story that's much more than what you'd expect from a romance. This had me feeling way too much in its third act. Don't just end like that, damn.