Charli Monger’s review published on Letterboxd:
This picture perfect movie was amazing and painful. The aspect ratio added to its beauty and how they used that space with framing was haunting. This film was silent but so loud with each shot showcasing grief and the fragility of time. Due to this silence each shot, sound and song became evermore impactful and spoke volumes over any word said. The editing and camera movements showcased time progression in a unique way. So many brilliant scenes that will stick with me but I loved when she listened to his song and it cut from the past to present with the song fading in and out. Another, The two homes both demolished and the ghost next door realising that who ever they waited for was not coming back then fell to a pile of sheets was such a bittersweet visual of hopelessness and finding peace.