josh’s review published on Letterboxd:
can’t even write about this properly yet solely because of how emotional it made me. one of the most timeless, powerful, and beautiful films ever made, both physically and contextually. this is the reason why cinema is alive; to convey feelings and share experiences, to forge a bond between the audience and the characters on screen. such a wonderful film. Chalamet and Hammer and Stuhlbarg and everyone involved with this film are fantastic. this is truly a cinematic experience that i will never forget. i cried at least twice. love, love, love this.