Souvik Ghosh’s review published on Letterboxd:
This film is not for everybody, though I enjoy such movies a lot, but this was a hard watch for me. Too many questions, and even more answers. Something much like The Wall. With allusions to relationships, sexuality, religion, fables and most obviously, cinema, Leo Carax has probably created the most sublime mixture of style (art) and spirituality. After the one hour mark, and with some fantastic film-making for the interval, this movie just morphs into some kind of let's say, extremely accurate portrayal of the modern life. Its not a movie that can be reviewed in a nutshell so its better that I don't try. One ravishing movie.