Adam James’s review published on Letterboxd:
Superb filmmaking. The narrative of this movie alone would make it spectacular but it reaches for something higher, something affecting and technically gorgeous. The lensing is so smooth and easy to watch, the score stirring when it needs to be and melancholy when it doesn't, and my god is the acting phenomenal. When combined and edited to perfection the product is a heartfelt, real portrayal of a boy/teen/man trying to find his way through a very difficult situation. Loved it.