Jake and Mati are two outsiders in the northerly Portuguese city of Porto who once experienced a brief connection. A mystery remains about the moments they shared, and in searching through memories, they relive the depths of a night uninhibited by the consequences of time.


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  • ★★★★★ review by Eli Hayes on Letterboxd

    Seriously (one of) the most

    superb, sharp, albeit

    (poles apart/paradoxically)

    slight, splendid and

    suitable swan song(s) supposable.

    "I understand.

    I understand,


    I adore you, Anton Yelchin;

    I will always savor your spirit.

    Also love, love, love you Chantal.

    "I just... want to keep touching you."

    "Please... keep touching me."

  • ★★★★★ review by Eli Hayes on Letterboxd

    "I'm not even trying to love you.

    I just... love you. Do you believe me?"

    Some of the most major &

    essential media of our era;

    ("do you think this can't be lost?")

    a full-on revelatory re-watch,

    and I'd already quite loved it.

    "But the thing is, you never

    know if what you've lost is...

    better than what you've gained."

  • ★★★½ review by Filipe Furtado on Letterboxd

    Seeking another person no matter what might happen the following day. Sharp editing and two very committed lead performances (Yelchin body language is wonderful throughout). Despite being a two handler it has a strong feel to Portuguese nightlife and uses Porto’s topography around Douro river very well. And Porto is such a perceptive film.

  • ★★★★★ review by James Haves on Letterboxd

    "I never read Proust. I probably never will."

    i was fine until eli pointed out that it was really sad that it was anton saying that line and then i became well and truly broken.

  • ★★★★ review by eely 🎄 on Letterboxd

    “And the main thing is, it’s like I know everything that you’re gonna say, and I know you know everything that I’m gonna say before either one of us has said it. And I feel like nothing about this could have gone wrong. And that was true before it happened.”

    Happy 29th birthday, Anton. The world’s a whole lot less bright without you in it.

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