Jay ✊🏾✊🏾’s review published on Letterboxd:
I hope when people get the chance that they check out this movie. The dialogue between Robert Patterson and William Dafoe is great. Almost every change is abstract, which could push some viewers away but it challenges you to determine what the story is about. Both characters are a great contrast from one another which is conveyed through the usage of black and white. That elements leads into the ying and yang concept between the characters to make you begin understand how a character process trama. How they process trauma leads to their mind being in a constant stand of isolation from the world. The movie also has the best filmmaking I have seen all year. An example of some great pacing on top of that. The score is also haunting that can make some moments come off as creepy in the best way.