Jasmim Bettencourt’s review published on Letterboxd:
An idiosyncratic love story that isn't really a love story. With a smoky and classy black-and-white cinematography, this is an interesting short that, though with a simple and even absurd plot, has it's own charm to it. It has a very Breathless feel to it, with the female lead reminding me a lot of a black-haired Jean Seberg. It is also an interesting "modern day silent film", and this raises the charm of the film, being sort of an anachronism but also holding a modernity. Brando shows a keen eye for gorgeous shots, with every one of them holding a very delicate beauty that kept me invested in the story. It's truly a short that is worth it and I would recommend.