Decker’s film, the best thing I saw at Sundance earlier this year, is built around tension and chaos. Its unruly scenes emerge out of disorder, out of chants and shrieks and fractured images, and always threaten to fade back into abstraction. . . . But one senses a method in this madness. The narrative might be shattered, but the film’s slipstream of emotion is powerful and inescapable.
August 07, 2018