Kyle’s review published on Letterboxd:
For how slow and now seemingly useless much of the first hour and ten minutes was, the last 20 or so go full on and leaves a very hard impact. The fact that this isn’t a movie from the 80s is actually kinda crazy, you forget really quick since it’s so true to the feel and even the camera.
Not sure how I feel about the last scene. Doesn’t quite sit right or really mean anything at this point.