Becca’s review published on Letterboxd:
For me, it took a while to pick up but as soon as it did it really did. The change in tone is so sharp and quick, it goes from playful to some of the most intense scenes I’ve ever seen. There are a lot of films about racism within the police force (especially from this year) which I think is great because it allows the story to be told in different narratives, allowing different people to understand it. I love how unique this is in getting the message across in a way we’ve never seen before and might never see again. Brilliantly addresses modern day racism and is very underrated.