Alex Billington’s review published on Letterboxd:
What a film. Even better on a second viewing. Found so much more to it, but above all the strongest feeling is the warm embrace from his new deaf friends. Also really admire all the random beautiful shots just dropped into the film, and my big theory is that, while every single one of these shots has natural sound, the idea is that there doesn't need to be any sound for it to still be beautiful, something we (by way of Ruben) must come to learn. And it all comes together at the end when he gets to understand that beauty for himself looking up in silence.