Roman Arbisi’s review published on Letterboxd:
If The Great Gatsby was spun on it’s head
Heavy material fiercely woven through stunning performances and mysterious characters. Leveled by a tight knit script that emboldens it’s threads through pristine visual storytelling. Capturing every corner of this journey by pulling over the veil that masks it’s true identity through gripping frames that drip with indulgences and tower with social commentary. Elevating perception of class and social structure that spans decades of one’s life and how that develops into feeling like something is owed to you out of obligation.
Second viewing required. My thoughts are a mess.