Khoi Vinh’s review published on Letterboxd:
Discursive in an unapologetic way. Sometimes that's bad; it frequently feels aimless. But often it feels invigorating; a lot of what's captured on screen here, whether it's real or not has an undeniable electric charge. It's also visually stunning, shot with a verité style that's wildly alive. I also found it a fascinating document of how American speech patterns have changed in the nearly forty years since it was shot; there's something just slightly different and outdated about how people speak in this movie.