Brian Formo’s review published on Letterboxd:
Yes, God, Yes, concerning sexual questions that bubble up during a Christian away camp, is slight but achingly authentic—particularly to the early 2000s setting in chat rooms, needle drops, and overall demeanor. Natalia Dryer is great, her big eyes and body language making this navigation of desire and shame constantly engaging. And it's quite universal. I was not raised religious but I was surrounded by Mormons in school (90% of my high school) and all the shame around body and sex and masturbation certainly rubbed off on me. All ten inches of that pun was intended.