Jacob Cunningham’s review published on Letterboxd:
I would literally do horrible things to be able to see the 4-Hour cut of this.
I think I said this last time, but the final 30 minutes of this is one of the most haunting, tragic, beautiful things ever put to film.
Just about my favourite third act of any film ever. The way the true meaning and message begins to unfold is absolutely fucking genius, and it’s a tragedy that so few people saw this.
I really hope Andrew Dominik gets a chance at another film like this, knowing what he’s capable of.