laura’s review published on Letterboxd:
as someone who loves the feeling of being stuffed in a room full of people, this was such a joy. makes you long to brush shoulders with strangers, feel the body heat that starts to linger in a room, and stand next to someone just to pick out their voice in the crowd. but at the same time, it makes you want to break away from the party with each person, either to sit with them on the porch, or sneak up the stairs with them. it makes you want to listen to every story, share a meal, or just sit in a room quietly and hear the distorted chatter from above. such a vibrant, layered film that is packed sweetly into 68 minutes. reminds you of what is good, and how much can bloom & become in one night.