Cam Wade’s review published on Letterboxd:
First half: Bruh how is this considered the very best? It's not even great.
Second half: Oh, there it is.
Inconsistent and lost me every now and then, but an obvious achievement for film and for Orson. The last act was like a punch in the gut, and the direction, cinematography and performance from Orson were all aces (though I can't say the same for anyone else besides a few).
Doesn't feel right to rate right now, as I feel as though I have just watched two separate films.