Sahil Thind’s review published on Letterboxd:
You know its going to be a good experience when a movie has its own cinematic language figured out, which is a rarity in modern films. It’s poetic, but very gritty, its also a fairy tale, but with little whimsy, and strikingly intimate. Its not just about being a black man but also what it means to be a person in a changing world where nothing around you makes sense anymore. One of the best of 2019, so far.