Josh Kadish’s review published on Letterboxd:
There are exactly two bits here that, in theory more than practice, are actually well-constructed.
The rest really, *really* didn’t work for me. Everything this thinks is shocking has been minimized by, you know, reality, the pacing is lethargic at best, and for ostensibly being a comedy, it’s just not funny.
That said, Maria Bakalova tries her damndest to make Tutar work. Cohen’s earnestness is equally matched by her own, which is impressive in its own way.