Henri’s review published on Letterboxd:
Alison Brie carries this as far as anyone could with her performance, and the first act did build up an interesting premise and was particularly pleasant to watch. However the film started to gradually lose its grip from then on, and got way too ambiguous for its own sake.
Tonal diversity can be a good thing, but this was just straight up messy in that department. Not horrible by any means (aside from the ending..), but it could've been much better with more focus.