David Espinosa’s review published on Letterboxd:
I've been sitting here for several minutes trying to write something about this film, but it's so suffocating and quietly devastating that all that remains is some nostalgic feeling along with the music that fades into strings.
It's the pressing feeling of isolation and loss of control, the empathic view everything here gives you, and just the spinning reality that ends with the melancholic understanding of the future. In the end, it's the contrast between noise and silence, tradition and freedom; the effervescent jazz that erupts in the mind of a person that is meant to comply. But it's also the vital need to break free, to destroy the pearls and the everlasting history, the need to just fly and live in beautiful instants filled with candles, presents, fries, songs, and happiness.