Emil Woerner’s review published on Letterboxd:
This movie was one of the funniest films I’ve seen and one of the creepiest and eeriest at the same time. They just want to eat! That’s so funny! Seriously though, the film was a very bizarre, angry, and sincere commentary on two issues with society: the rich and food, and especially when these two are mixed. He did this in dreams, dream logic, comedy, and wild twists and turns, blending Oscar Wilde with....well.....Buñuel. There’s no one who quite does this brand of surrealism besides him, but it’s surreal and meaningful nonetheless. Really had a fun time with this one. It’s not as grand or profound as some of his other stuff, but I really liked it!