Michael 🐣’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is a deeply unsettling and visceral movie. the visuals, the sound design, everything just conveys such a sinister feeling. this film is gruesome. by the end, unfortunately, it just feels over the top. Like i was almost laughing at how unnecessarily grotesque it was. speaking of unnecessary, thats how a lot of the story felt to me. there's really NO reason this film needed to be two and a half goddamn hours long. there are several subplots that could be cut out entirely.
I don't know, i just feel like this is gonna be a really divisive movie. I probably won't watch it again, but it's not like it's awful or anything. This is one that you'll truly just have to see for yourself