Siegel™’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is America, land of the free, home of the rich
The 4:3 aspect ratio makes sure that we always feel claustrophobic even on the open road because as free as she is, her opportunities and potential are limited, as we constantly see a class of people that she will never be a a part of it, a status she will never attain no matter what. She's never even considered the concept of having aspirations.
There is no score, the soundtrack is literally the soundtrack to her life - the only music we hear is the music she's listening to. The film isn't trying to be timeless, the music, slang, and cultural references make it a capsule into 2016 America.
(Yeah this is barely coherent, it's just some things I thought of. I'm in middle of helping my sister move and don't have time to put it all together)