Matt Prigge’s review published on Letterboxd:
Probably underrating this. It's hilarious and almost certainly brilliant. No, I didn't care about García Bernal's homelife either. Yes, I can probably look past that. Generically speaking, a politically scabrous version of Moneyball. The side of me who's taking a class in archiving and may want to segue into a career in that field had a fucking blast, as it's a) 30% archive footage that's almost seamlessly spliced into the regular action and b) entirely filmed on Umatic.