Nick Kline’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's easy to call a film "emotionally potent" because it just feels that way but it's harder to figure out why (especially when I'm ultimately not all that impressed by how it renders identity). I know that whatever I feel about this movie goes past an appreciation for how it synthesizes its specific influences (Denis, Wong, etc) into a fairly accessible package. I think I love this movie. I still haven't figured out why. Guess it's the feeling of it. May report when I see it again.