Joxer22’s review published on Letterboxd :
Not very original, but a decent idea, almost completely suffocated by the dialogues. You would think the new generation of writers and actors finally managed to shake off all the typical baggage that comes with Hungarian cinema... Clearly not.
The creators clearly put in a tremendous effort to make this movie. The problem is, it shows. Everything feels very "angular", and lacks naturalism. But I suppose at least they’re trying something new. It’s an okay start.
I liked the camera work, and the editing was decent as well. But the music was awful. Just terrible. Bad.
(I couldn’t believe Zsolt Anger’s character actually threw a cat. Seriously? I bet in the first draft he even had a moustache he could twirl, too.)