Adam Moody’s review published on Letterboxd :
Steven Soderbergh's film is one of the most significant indie films ever made, and it's that simple. Although its content may be a little too reserved and patient for modern audiences though a film like this is not meant to be viewed by routine moviegoers. A low-budget film like this can't resort to the cheap thrills that a large-budget allows. I find it a really thrilling experience to watch a film like this where you can just imagine the hard work a talent that was needed for its creation, something you can cherish. Soderbergh is now an Oscar winner thanks to his film Traffic (2000), he is one of the most respected names in Hollywood, with all that said "sex, lies, and videotape" is the film I respect most.