Heitor Paiva’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Horse Girl is delusional, creative and intimate.
Alison Brie does an amazing job portraying this sympathetic, but also secluded person, that is trying to find herself while everything around her seems to fall apart.
The editing, score and the production design are outstanding and present in an almost perfect way the feeling of dreams and nightmares. The supporting cast is also great and really functionate as an anchor to normality while we spend some time with Sarah.
My only problem with the movie, and really the only thing that is keeping me from giving a four star rating, is the ending. Yeah, it's more metaphorical and open-ended, but I truly think it just didn't work.