Ellis Stephenson’s review published on Letterboxd:
The story for this wasn’t too relatable but the characters were easy to watch and the soundtrack is perfect to each scene. Edgar is on par with Tarantino on the needle drop in this movie, parts of the movie are dictated by the music which connects us to Baby. My favourite part was after Baby and Debbie have dinner, after she get out of the car, Baby’s ringing ears start again showing us that when he’s with Debbie he is deaf to the noise in his head. It was one of those moments where you have to pause and think about how good that scene was and think about how much thought went behind a small scene. It establishes Baby’s true feelings. Good movie, but wouldn’t keep watching it again and again, I prefer the Corneto trilogy.