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Daniel Pietzsch’s review published on Letterboxd:
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So I’m left with the pictures of a broken foot, a split lower arm and an endless series of ass-births. Puh! That was totally over-done for me. “Oh c’mon, it’s enough now”, is what I thought during the ending. If this wanted to be shocking, it achieved that! But I found it just wanted to be shocking without real substance. It detracted from the – actually pretty straight forward – message. But maybe I didn’t get all the symbolism and it was all so much deeper. This was scary, though, I give it that. And I liked quite a few other elements as well. But that extreme ending spoiled this for me somehow.