Rushil’s review published on Letterboxd:
Another episode of feeling sad for the people who witnessed humanity's worst
Even tho it was really dark and bizzare on the inside, it was funny and kinda positive by the end on the outside. The representation of that nazi feeling inside everyone in the form of an imaginary friend was really creative. I could easily see parallels between Edgar wright and taika waititi's direction. Scarlett Johansson's short but sweet role played out really well. Yorki is my easily my fav character from the film, cool kid. But the main thing that was pleasing to watch was the characterization and scene composition, it was top notch. Overall it's a deeply impactful soulful film which ends on a beautiful note. Aight I gonna cry-dance (crance) now.