sicily’s review published on Letterboxd:
(FINALLY I CAN WRITE MY REVIEW FOR THIS MOVIE AFTER WHAT HAPPENED LAST TIME)
An unforgettable movie-going experience. Michelle Yeoh gave THE performance of her career. The Daniels wrote and executed a film that went beyond my imagination; refreshing, surreal, creatively imaginative and deeply poignant.
I had such an emotional reaction to this film, I still had tears falling from my eyes while on the subway on my way home, last thing I want to do is cry in public but this movie touched a core inside of me that I haven't felt since my movie-going expeience of 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire'.
Both movies used a type of magic trick when they gather all heavy emotions throughout the film and then in its pivotal moments, splash all of it on the audience and before you know it, you still feel the tears in your eyes when the last name has left the screen during the credits.
I don't think I have said anything constructive about the film but this is one of those movies that makes me thankful that I can experience a movie inside a theater.