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Chris Allen’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
The first half build was was great, but the big reveal didn't leave much to take this film to the end.
Focusing only on our "hero" leaves a lot of emotions in this riding on secondary reactions to it, which I think keeps a bit removed from being the emotional powerhouse this could have been. And I'm not really sure how coming clean at the end was based on anything other than him being overly-tired from his overnight drama.
What was it about his internal struggle and his anger issues that revealed to himself during this night that he understood he was in fact guilty? Lots of story left on the table, and I think that's because of the design of the film.
I enjoyed it, but thought the format took away from the emotion.