Brett Robinson’s review published on Letterboxd:
Solid character piece shot and framed as intimately (and claustrophobically) as SONG OF SAUL. About an immature and borderline alcoholic daycare teacher who struggles to connect with rule following stern and lame adults. Restricted by feelings of a lack of freedom/control/expression, she tumbled around her life trying to be. Effective at the awkward agony of an immature person trying to loosen up the world. Lots of laughs and awkward cringes with a bummer ending. A director to watch grow.