Ken Zeph’s review published on Letterboxd:
A brilliant exercise for what will follow. Existential film noir, cinematography which is as if you are looking at, experiencing, a minimal artwork. The camera walking around the object transforming the perspectief and object, revealing its reality and weight but also making the viewer aware of the illusion they just "saw". Many scenes that are as beautiful, rich and unique as you find in Tarr's later masterpieces. Certainly the most underrated director in cinema. Cinematically more interesting than Tarkovsky. Brilliant. Really !!!!