Adam Graff’s review published on Letterboxd:
So many elements of this movie didn't get tied together to each other very well and I found myself wondering why so many of them existed. They must have felt more whole in the book. Also, most of the main characters, including the protagonist, lack personalities so it was hard to find them compelling to follow. So maybe it was these two problems that led to the third big problem I had, but maybe it is a problem all in itself, but I thought the climax and resolution were also plain awful, uninteresting and uninspired. In total it felt like an intricate, but dumb film.