Lizzy’s review published on Letterboxd:
Watched this with my mom, and I think it’s safe to say she liked it. Still in awe of how personal and intimate and deeply rooted in human connection all of this is. A movie that works in real time where time is just a construct of perception, something we study and focus on when we’re in wait or when we find hope. Time is an illusion, love is the ultimate trick, a drug that’s intoxicating and painful and reminiscent of something, anything that brought joy and a beautiful ache.
Anyway, my mom’s taste is better than yours and that’s that on that.