Zey’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sombre and dark tones have never been this tempting before. Colors and music in this movie are just memorable. Speaking of music, I love it when certain music plays only in a certain scenes like the song that plays when Eve walks the streets -generally in slow motion- or Adam and Eve come together.
Cinema and literature are in a dynamic stream which feed off and change each other at the same time. Art embraces everyone, as we can see. Poetry, romance, love, music, these are what we stay alive for.
The only flaw with the film lies in its abrupt ending.