Kyle Snacks’s review published on Letterboxd:
Guadagnino and Kajganich's brew of politics, guilt, power dynamics, violence, generational struggle, and female power might make this the film of 2018. It’s the most physical movie I've seen in ages. Not just the dance and body horror, but the camera movement, the brutalist architecture, and the tactile production design. I can almost feel the scuffed, checkered dance floor under my feet.
Also, as a designer, it makes me happy when movies put effort into the graphic design. Lots of great type work for the subtitles, title cards, and the fake Markos Academy performance posters hung up.