Jack’s review published on Letterboxd:
How many times can you see Dog Day Afternoon?
Being in your quarter age sucks.
Julie’s mid-quarter crisis is extremely relatable for this upcoming generation. Our sense of understanding the complexities of human beings is more natural than the older generations. Although, her constant struggle is dealing with the stillness of two relationships. One with an older man and the other with a comfortable man. It’s truly frustrating to watch Julie argue with herself because, I can relate to her same path.
This is by far Joachim Trier’s best film to date. I can see why this is getting much acclaim. It has a universal message about moving forward towards the age of 30.