Will Steele’s review published on Letterboxd:
Never has there ever been, nor ever will there be again, anything quite like Annette. A pure singularity of cinematic strangeness with boundless operatic electricity. Unafraid to be disarmingly and alarmingly odd all whilst being so elementally entertaining. Shades of Greek tragedy and Brechtian theatre blend so seamlessly with the vivacious quirk of the Sparks Brothers. The marriage between sound and sight never seemed quite so unfathomably suitable. Many will be alienated by the wild choices at play, but the audience it retains will be all the more awestruck. With wide eyes and mouth agape, I found myself truly smitten by this ludicrous, mesmeric, ambitious, radical nightnare.