Marck Ryan Cidro’s review published on Letterboxd:
It’s somewhat disappointing to see how deep they depicted the essence of motherhood, yet they gave it a plot that is too shallow.
It’s dreary, stressing and problematic. I wish I could have ended it after the first 30 minutes where it left me catching my breath for serving the most intense and solid scene of the whole film. After that, the following scenes and minutes felt nothing but an overexposed of grief and problems, and only for it to end up with that shallow plot and unnecessary exhausting experience to stand through. One of the few films that undeserving of second watch.