Melissa Sue’s review published on Letterboxd:
I watched this last night and wished I had found it sooner! I feel like an idiot for not having seen this before. This movie had such an electric feel beginning to end. And all of the history that happened to shape the film is just never talked about ever, and so over looked because it's not pretty. Talking about the homeless is uncomfortable, talking about the addicted, homeless youth is simply unheard of. It's too ugly to talk about. The fact that this story challenges that idea is amazing. It's like a slap to the face that makes you see a side of society that can make you feel your worst emotions.