ZackScott’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Florida Project has the realest, funniest children out of any movie, and they serve as a testament to how the human spirit can shine. Despite the bleakness of the characters' material conditions, everything's colorful in this film. The buildings, scenery, clothes, and characters themselves are vibrant. Things are fun most of the time, but the feeling of a grim outcome lingers. It helps to look for a rainbow of hope.