Derek Bowman’s review published on Letterboxd:
A solid entry in the "bad kids" genre pioneered by the likes of Harmony Korine. White Girl treads familiar territory certainly, but director Elizabeth Wood offers new insights by focusing on the central character's unknowing privilege in borderline macabre ways. The real standout is star Morgan Saylor, whose dazed, drunken performance is unbelievably committed. She's infuriating and enticing in equal measure.