Pwalsh’s review published on Letterboxd:
Unsettling, philosophical, and creative. I thought the casting was great and the pace was fitting. There are some really interesting ideas here and some satisfying visuals, but in both regards I am not sure if I felt things ever went as deep as I wanted them to go, leaving the film feeling a bit shallow in the end. That being said, it's a solid story that is visually polished and smartly told.
It will be fun to see what Brandon Cronenberg cooks up next.