Charles T. Tatum, Jr.’s review published on Letterboxd:
To the 1/2 and one star raters of this film: you know that feeling you were having watching this? Where you hate the film because of what it says instead of the film itself? Where your sensibilities were insulted? When you said "this isn't funny, I'm not like that"?
Conservative film fans experience that tenfold every time they turn on the television or see a movie.
This was a very observant, and darkly comic, little story; expertly paced and edited. I don't give a rat's ass about Kolhatkar's politics (whatever they may be), but he perfectly encapsulated the frustration of political correctness here. It's a short film, nothing more, so go cleanse your palates and nod along to a Michael Moore "documentary" and you'll be okay.