A greatly personal and gut wrenching autobiographical picture of love and loss towards a partner with a horrible addiction.
It retells a poem of sorts about a fleeting life and love, contained in it's own kind of beautiful ephemerality.
A very sensitive look into the relationship of a rather dysfunctional couple.
A very personal breathtaking drama movie. Although some of the part really slow, it's one of a provoking movie I see this year.
One of the most personal and honest movies I've ever seen.
The more I think about this film the more I like it
Good movie if you want to fall asleep...
slow, artsy, wish the plot went somewhere. but loved the use of 16mm.
You keep asking yourself why all the time.
A lot of people really don’t like it I guess, I absolutely love it, could’ve been trimmed but beautiful movie about movies and relationship
It's a really slow film and the script might not be for everybody but it shows how it feels to date someone with a heroine addiction v well
Honest and upsetting, shot in a bleak but artfully composed grainy style. Shows a complicated young romance and its dark struggles.
I found the protagonist pretty insufferable and her boyfriend was worse. Acting is solid but I just can’t understand what people see in this
It’s weird, I didn’t get what the movie was about until Richard Ayode’s cameo.
This film was boring. Luckily I love boring films.
Incredibly restrained and excellently crafted drama. Ending could’ve been better but I’m looking forward to Part II. 8/10
Didn’t particularly feel for the characters. The trailer tricked me.
Not the worst film ever; just pretentious, unrelatable, twaddle.
Among the most divisive films. Love it or hate it, it's an interesting character study.
It’s a slow starter but it soon turns into a gripping drama of self-discovery and doomed love.