¢lars’s review published on Letterboxd:
i recognise this might not be one of Dolan's best work, but it's not a shitty film neither... or maybe that's because I love his directing style so much that i can't concentrate to see its flaws or mistakes. Or probably it's dued to the camera work, cinematography and the close-ups.
Xavier Dolan, somehow, always manages to arouse emotions in me. Some scenes in specific were so powerful and intense, the cast is great, and the performances as well, especially that of Jacob Tremblay. [[[PROTECT HIM AT ALL COSTS]]]]
all considered, even if not his best film, this was a surprising experience with deeply moving moments, and I thank u mr. Dolan for that. It's been a pleasure, looking forward to see Matthias & Maxime now