Jeremy P. Beasley’s review published on Letterboxd:
We’ve all heard the tropes of Floridians. Having lived in Florida for years, I can corroborate many of them. This is paramount. Morris’ breakout film began with him reading a tabloid talking about an unnamed town in the South where residents had taken to self-amputation. In widespread insurance fraud, residents collected pay outs on life insurance policies for “dismemberment”. After getting beat up pretty bad, he set aside interviewing the “nubbies” as they were called, and found himself fascinated by all the older men who lived in the same town. Have you ever wondered how brains work? Diamonds? Rivers? Worms? Angels? These guys explain it all. All wrong. All right.