Doug Dillaman’s review published on Letterboxd :
Almost gave up on it until the conceit kicked in (and probably would have if I wasn't tipped to it being on the way), which is less a reflection of the talent of the filmmakers and more one of disinterest in the milieu. Being invested in whether or not someone makes the top 50 anything is generally beyond my capacity, and the camgirl milieu is more creepily unfun than sexy to me. Thankfully, the legwork pays off with the twist that's wisely not overexplained and craftily combines the disturbingly uncanny with the maddeningly mundane.
Also: good on the director for sharing the "a film by" credit with the writer.