MiloGlaister’s review published on Letterboxd:
Exceptionally good. Probably my favourite Winding Refn film to date. There was very little I could fault in this.
Near perfect acting across the board.
The story was paced so well, in both the high octane moments and the slower ones.
The roving camera style and stripped down feel
of this film suited the story so well. It had the ability to make the harsher moments seem that much more immersive and visceral, while also making some of the slower moments in this film really genuine and emotive.
The ending of this has left me wanting to watch part 2 immediately.