Lucan’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's a film that got better and better the more I thought about it afterwards. I was too busy trying to figure out whether I was liking the movie or not during most of the run time that I was completely missing the fact that I was pretty much loving what Olivier Assayas had given me here, haha crazy subtle stuff that is also somehow not subtle whatsoever.
Irma Vep is to be seen - I won't try to explain any of it to you because I can barely even describe my overflowing feelings towards it and that's the very first step, but what I can say is that it sat very well for me indeed.
Lots to unpack, a meaningful picture to say the least.