V. Lepistö 🏳️🌈’s review published on Letterboxd:
Upper middle-class blues, a life of illusions and broken communication. Togetherness as an excuse to idly drink and smoke your life away, throw around realizable dreams that you're too lazy to realize. It's enough that it's possible. I love how the film begins in the darkness, Anna arriving to this vacation of another family like walking through fog to the new world that moves by its own rules. The cast is really good and Hogg lets the moments move on (to nowhere) by their own weight.