reilly’s review published on Letterboxd:
found myself giggling more and more with how every escalation and inversion seemed to constantly be amping up the circumstances of literally everything
there’s not a ton of depth to the characters but god everyone looks good going through their motions both forwards and backwards in time
I really actively tried to stop trying to navigate the plot before things happened (or after) but I didn’t think my speculation had a negative impact.
Music is INCREDIBLE. Sound is ... deliberate. I sat right under one of the speakers and could make out a solid chunk of everything but lots of this is kinda “feeling it”-oriented. until it’s not.
Loved the kitchen fight in particular.