Rich with symbolism, packed from end to end with beautiful, expressive compositions in service of an incredibly affecting commentary on the treatment of women by a regressive, patricarchal culture. Every performance is pitch perfect, which is pretty impressive considering that a fairly substantial portion of the cast are children. Incredibly original, and dense with ideas, especially considering its rather short runtime. Just a really wonderful film.
So much fun. There isn't really a thirty second stretch in it where something amusing isn't happening, and despite it's semi plotless nature, it never drags in the slightest. The mockumentary conceit never gets tiring or feels at all limiting, the performances are all absolutely pitch perfect, and it contains the line "we're werewolves, not swearwolves". I really don't know what else you can ask for. Just a really great comedy, one that I look forward to revisiting many times.