Raul Marques’s review published on Letterboxd:
Anything but acutely and beautifully intimate while self-reflectively topical. A character study on millennial angst in which questions of morality pervade all aspects of living until doubting becomes the only certainty. That's why the big scene has such an impact beyond just the wonderful way it's shot. It's finally feeling sure about something, at least in that moment, and deciding to act up on it before the world marches on. The last third might seem anticlimactic, but it's quite a touching depiction of how deeply empathizing with the suffering of people you care about can bring the solace of helping to get over yourself. Love how natural light looks here and how much it matters.