NickMillerMusic’s review published on Letterboxd:
I haven’t seen this since I saw it in the theater in college. It left me in a daze back then and it did the same thing tonight. I found myself just sitting there staring at the blank screen after it ended and I can’t explain why. Maybe it’s the idea of past lives… future lives… destiny and fate. All that jazz. I got very emotional during the processing scene. I got very emotional during the final scene.
Philip Seymour Hoffman really was the best to ever do it, wasn’t he? Man I wish he were still around.