Téon’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is the most emotionally authentic romantic comedy (If you wanna call it that) I've seen in years.
Absolutely loved the chapter structure, the cinematography, the times when the film goes on a complete dreamlike tangent, there's almost too much to take from it. I think it might have...hit a little too close to home for me.
Trying to figure out how to be a person is a process with no clear explanation on what to do, a lot of times we're gonna run into a wall, or break down one. In those mistakes, it's easy to be harshly self criticial with no real solution.
Juliet has either no concrete image of herself, or she has a very negative one.
Her flaws, to us are natural and human, to her it feels like a curse.
That's why the title of the film is what it is.
This was the perfect movie to watch before going to sleep. This is one that'll live rent free in my mind for a while. I went through the full emotional spectrum watching this, not many films can do that in this way without being a tonal disaster, and yet this just gets it.
I felt this one in my skin.
"I created this storm, it's only fair I have to sit in its rain."
"In the end it's just you, stop drowning in wait, your love is useless without it."