Zoey Tevault’s review published on Letterboxd:
I didn't feel the deep connection to it that my peers did. Maybe I envision myself too much as Aksel. I preferred the beginning half when she was grappling with falling out of love more than the part where she finds a new man. In general, the setting is beautiful and the progrssion of age and finding oneself is cool but just wasnt what i wanted from the movie.