Em’s review published on Letterboxd:
This paints a portrait of Chiron really well through a beautiful haze. He's very easy to relate to in one way or another. The way his life is broken up into three distinct chapters works wonderfully. I only wish I got to see more of the supporting characters. Some of them are such a fleeting presence that it's a little disappointing. I think that would've been what pushed this to the next level for me, but it's still great.