Dirk Lester’s review published on Letterboxd:
This ... This one really was an odd one. I mean, on the one hand it’s very well cast with performers who were in on its peculiar joke. Was designed like ice on fire then crisply shot. Had a serious but low key absurd script with a whiff of magical realism that was legit burst of laughter funny two or three times and competently staged. On the other hand, there wasn’t much that I could describe as narrative momentum. Hans Petter Moland’s remake of his own In Order of Disappearance is neither a bad nor boring film, but you’re not always sure why you’re watching what you’re watching specifically or it in general.