Akshat Singh’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Director's love for cinema was clearly evident from this love letter.
Didn't love it to be honest. Some bad supporting actor's (which I gave a pass but) and some of the sequence which I didn't buy at all.
Can't help but love the ending though mostly because of the good acting and score by the one and only Maestro Ennio Morricone.
RIP MAESTRO. YOU HAVE LEFT BEHIND SOME OF THE GREATEST PIECE OF MUSIC EVER WRITTEN AND OFCOURSE A HUGE LEGACY. (you know what I'm talking about, for those who don't it's Ecstasy of Gold 😉)