Connor’s review published on Letterboxd:
A film about grief, loss, regret, and hate, all the while being a very funny film. It’s very sad, and a heart breaking portrait of holding on to something you can’t seem to let go of. It’s a very human film, full of these tribulations we all go through to a certain extent. I think it’s an important film in terms of the extent we will go to have closure, and bury what what we love. Wonderful film, please check it out. There is so much of us in these characters that it’s something to ponder, because, is there justice or not?