noah’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is a lot to take in. Like I can’t possibly comprehend it all right now. Some things feel weird just for the sake of being weird, which I’m not a fan of, but other artistic choices are really interesting and add a lot to the movie. Don’t know if I could ever sit through this again, being as long as it is, and with the fact that there are a fair amount of scenes I really don’t care for, but nonetheless I’m happy I watched it. It’s pretty dense, but it’s absolutely worth seeing. All three of the leads are absolutely fantastic, and I would like to see them get some love at award shows. Liked this a lot, but it’s a hard one to recommend. My mom and sister both hated it and the one other person in the theater walked out if that tells you anything.