Sean Burdett’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tsai sticks with me like nobody else, the way he crafts images and lingers on them to evoke feelings of, shit, I don't even know. It's just something so unique to his filmmaking, and when it comes to image-crafting none of his films have stuck with me the way this one has. I'll return someday to write more but, man, this one has stuck with me ever since I saw it.
2nd watch(technically, lol)