Paulthegrub’s review published on Letterboxd:
Yeah, I don't know what I was thinking. I wanted to write a big review on this because I could quite literally write an essay on this, but I can't find the words. This is such an original achievement in cinema that is essential viewing for film lovers. It has some of the finest performances with these long takes that usually are 11 minutes, blurring the line between reality and fiction. You can never tell what is improv or written because these insanely impressive long takes really let the actors get comfortable with their charters. The cinematography is astonishing with visually incredible moments and the editing is perfect. The plot is so hard for me to put into words but I'm fucking floored by how good it was. I'm sorry for this kinda shitty review but I can't find the words for this masterpiece. I really tried to find the words but I'm just speechless. Maybe on a rewatch I can find a better way to express my feelings about this, but for now, this is all I got. If there is any way I can explain how much I loved this, then just know that I'm genuinely considering putting this as my second favorite film. I don't know what else to say, everyone has to see this.