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kbox’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
It worked better when I thought the son had killed himself after being singled out to decamp, heightening his guilt. Instead, it's about accidents of the natural world, and only one side gets to grieve.
Our societies' dearth of shame-free messages around sex and our bodies generates here a story masquerading as comic. And animal cruelty is so much a trait of the father it is both illustrated and animated.