Charlie’s review published on Letterboxd:
Wright's quick paced visual style and poppy vibe marries incredibly well with the giallo inspired sensibilities and beats this story is very inspired by. With a haunting merge of past and present, psychological traumas and dreams bleeding through into reality. The beauties of one world withholding a seedy underbelly of griminess of the other which parallels the other and matches it. A haunting spectral kaleidoscope withholding the past and present's tragedies and sins. With the proper amount of heart, pathos, and brilliant production to help it pop.
One of Wright's best films. And one I can say I for sure want to rewatch as soon as I can.