Irvin Malcolm’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's the Great Depression. A down-in-his-luck man attempts to kill himself but instead saves a young woman from drowning herself. They begin a romance. This film is not technically a silent film. But it feels like it for most of it. There's very few scenes with dialogue and the film heavily relies on visual storytelling which is its primary strength. The film kind of meanders and stretches out a bit too much in the middle and parts of it almost felt like a remake of his previous film, Lonesome. But the third act and the ending is quite strong and makes this film worth watching (note: it's on YouTube). It also features beautiful performances by the two leads.