segun’s review published on Letterboxd:
I have nothing bad to say about this perfect film; this undulating piecé of art had so many aspects that were all intertwined. It’s so obvious, it’s so simple - two families need to survive, but survival means different things to them. I love the way it was so easy for the families to give into each other, feeding two already fiery furnaces until the seemingly secret balance was revealed to be a sinking mess. It was great to see how particular they were about essentially telling a story about people telling a story.
Everything were fleshed out, everything that needed to be said was said. An immersive world was created, making you greatly attached and even more devastated at the end.