The opening shot of a little Black girl is captivating and the film never stops being captivating.
I'm so happy to see more films about Black, male relationships with a tender perspective to them. This is a film about friendship, gentrification, race and Black masculinity.
Despite those tough topics, it has a whimsical quality wrapped up in the fantasy of the house. Also, Jonathan Majors is superb.
The ending broke my heart. But it's a perfect bit of cinema.