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Davis Galgano’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Forgot how deep this one cuts. The last half hour is brutal. Unrequited love and adjacent themes are so potently laid bare when we see that everything previous is the real Diane’s idealistic reconstruction of reality in which the love of her life is clueless and vulnerable. Even in that world, though, “I’m in love with you” isn’t returned. The perfect love is impossible.