Henry Germeroth’s review published on Letterboxd:
Cleo from 5 to 7 is a hard film to define. Cleo is a shallow, superficial character, but the story is crafted in a way that we can still sympathize with her. As she waits for her test results it seems she is on a journey of self discovery, developing m in only an hour and a half, into someone who appreciates the little things in life. It isn’t the most compelling story, but it’s shot beautifully and is an interesting look into the the day to day life in France. This feels like a film you can appreciate even more on further movies so I hope to revisit it someday.