Robert Beksinski’s review published on Letterboxd:
Osamu Tezuka a proclaimed "god of manga" is best known for his illustrative stories and did not do too much in animated film. This is a shame considering his talent and art. I have not read any manga in my life but when I do it will be of his work.
This little film was enjoyable and funny but most of all very creative. The entire concept of a film where the characters interact with the films technical flaws and imperfections is just genius. I'm not all the way convinced however if the film's execution worked well in capturing this inventive plot. But I do know Osamu showed talent that could have grown to a brilliant animated director.