Garrett McDowell’s review published on Letterboxd:
Pablo Larraín's spiritual successor of sorts to his devastating film, Jackie, is another equally as haunting portrait of one woman during a period of immense scrutiny. At times quietly harrowing, it is then countered by a horrific assault on your senses. Stewart steals the show (and maybe this award season) in this film featuring lush cinematography and ravishing costumes. It's a truly unconventional biopic, but one that hit me like a truck. Phenomenal.