Jason Baxley’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is a truly bizarre movie. Very dreamlike and surreal, this can melt your brain trying to figure out what's going on. You can read the synopsis of this in the description, and that would still only loosely cover this film. The main character in this spends a good chunk of the movie trying to kill himself, or wishing he were dead. The girl he meets later, also wants to die, but wants to make sure he dies with her. That's a big part of this story, but there is a lot of other stuff going on, as well. There's some pretty crazy scenes in this, with the best coming towards the end. The only drawback is that it's lengthy and a bit slow for a lot of this. It's one of thos films where you're watching, and say to yourself, "Wait a minute, did I miss something, here"? I can't say whether or not I liked this at the moment. I do like that it fucks with you, and I'll definitely be rewatching this some time in the future, to see if I can wrap my head around it any better.