Yiğit Davutoğlu’s review published on Letterboxd:
I have very mixed feelings about this. It definitely hit hard but also kinda felt lacking in certain areas. I think the editing artistically was great, especially in the short montage cutscenes, but on the grand scheme it was really confusing. Though now I am pretty sure that was done on purpose, it doesn't change the fact that I didn't understand almost anything until a certain point in the movie and looking up some things afterwards... Dakota's acting was great, so was everyone else's, even though we didn't see that much of them. I felt that some parts were really idle and unnecessary but maybe they had some importance to the overall story that I missed. The foreshadowing throughout the whole film was very enjoyable. Also, the low quality slow motion parts were incredibly annoying, you couldn't even see what was happening during the last, most exciting act of the movie. But I must admit I don't know anything about the original so that might've been a homage to it. If it was merely an artistic choice, I have to say it was a bad and annoying one. I AM SHE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!