A lot of reviews say this is short and I think it's too short. It's a very brief game and while there are a lot of details in the story that help fill out the game's themes, these ideas felt somewhat incomplete.
I also wished that there was more game to this title. There's a number of very cool ideas on display– like how Venba is essentially a puzzle game where you are trying to cook around a cookbook that is incomplete or in a language the player character does not full understand. I could have done with a dozen more of these scenarios.
I'll ruminate on this game though. It's presentation is spotless and enjoyable and it's look into the quiet tragedy of a kid growing up uninterested in your culture is substantial and worth experiencing.