Elisha Luckett’s review published on Letterboxd:
My God this is flawless from top to bottom. A constant blow to the heart and mind. Anyone who has lived life has seen themselves in these characters (whether we’d like to or not). No matter how much the narrative changes, we’re right there with them. Copies ourselves or vice versa? Kiarostami has twice made me question the nature of life and cinema. And he has brought forth specific emotions, musings, and experiences each time that lay dormant within. This demands a rewatch just to be there again. This is everything I want out of a film.