Ian Fastert’s review published on Letterboxd:
I’ve been trying to find words for how this movie made me feel all weekend.
But I just can’t. It’s magical, a movie that gets deep into how broken we are as people and how much we need each other. It’s a movie that made me fear for my life, yet also filled me with wonder. It shows the beauty and pain of both life and death, and above all else, the power of filmmaking.
It has some small problems, but I really don’t care. I’ve been listening to the soundtrack non stop all weekend, and I just CANT STOP THINKING ABOUT THIS MOVIE.
I’ll go more in depth when I see it again, but this is one of the movies that shows the power of horror-which I’d say can be the most personal genre of filmmaking when done right.
This means a lot to me.