DisRegardingH’s review published on Letterboxd:
One that's grown on me.
I remember disliking it quite a bit the first time I saw it, simply because it was so enthusiastically strange. That's exactly why I like it now.
De Palma, as he is want to do, makes big choices in every scene. Even when they don't quite work, they are extremely compelling.
Great music by Paul Williams. And William Finley should have gotten more leading roles. Right?