Michael Chantiri’s review published on Letterboxd:
Made me feel like I was ten years old again. Really the coolest shit just being thrown at you but unlike his contemporaries Wong knows how to weave emotionality texturally. Wasn't expecting the plot to be this incoherent but it's in a fashion where your never lost, your feeling your way through the narrative not deliberating it. Portrays the seemingly never-ending search for love in a chaotic, fragmented city, sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn't but the chase in itself is worth it. Legit makes me wanna parade down the street run away with a lover and leave everything in ruin. I love when movies do that. Thanks for breaking my low rating movie streak Fallen Angels!