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Maoz maintains such a riveting formalism that everything seems to fit together.

Read review Eric Kohn

Brilliantly constructed with a visual audacity that serves the subject rather than the other way around, this is award-winning filmmaking on a fearless level.

Read review Jay Weissberg
El País

Is an extraordinary film. The reason sounds easy, such is a rarity, because shows us that can reunites in the same piece all the things that we request to the seventh art: a big story, brilliants actors, visual power.

Read review Tommaso Koch
The Playlist

It?s a film that can swing between absurdist humor and brutal gut-punch sadness in a way that?s rare and, at times, truly profound.

Read review Oliver Lyttelton
The Hollywood Reporter

Maoz doesn't seem to worry about losing some puzzled viewers along the way with comprehension issues. For those who reach the end, the story makes perfect sense.

Read review Deborah Young
The Guardian

A nightmarish triptych of loss, waste and grief that is nonetheless arranged with such visionary boldness that it dares us to look away.

Read review Xan Brooks