Andre de Nervaux’s review published on Letterboxd:
Ignorance is our ammunition
Conceptually I believe this is potentially as close to artistically fulfilled as Memento from Christopher Nolan's filmography, which is my favourite Nolan film.
And from that sense it excels.
However despite absolutely adoring the score I feel that there are moments and periods where the film would benefit more from just the dialogue and no score, but thats probably my only critique and stops it from being even stronger than i already believe it is
The inversions and timelines are extraordinarily crafted.
Multiple watches will for sure excel the style even more.
Nolan has unleashed something i believe he has wanting to achieve since memento, and for that I believe it earns its stripes.