Wesley Stenzel’s review published on Letterboxd:
A dark folktale that thrives on depicting endless tranquil mundanity with the hook of an absurd premise making the everyday moments seem insane. It’s ultimately about parenting, selfishness, and the dangers of getting what you wish for. Noomi Rapace gives a quiet, wonderful performance, and the visual style is very straightforward but occasionally stunning. I was not fully on board until the final scene, which retroactively made me very on board with the whole thing.