Tasha’s review published on Letterboxd:
A beautiful recollection of memories, feelings, thoughts and dreams from a childhood that will soon be forgotten. This certainly feels dreamlike, you almost float through different timeframes as if recollecting these memories yourself. Because of this it feels very spiritual and very personal which can make it a challenging watch at times due to its nonlinear timeframe.
Although I did struggle with moments of this, you can’t deny that this is poetry on screen. You can see where directors such as Malick get their inspiration from, because something about Mirror is just magical to watch on screen. I think in hindsight I just needed to let go of making sense of it and just watch this as an experience, because it really is something extraordinary.