Michael M.’s review published on Letterboxd:
Okay, we saw Sabu's Happiness and we know that he's always willing to go some steps too far. And we know that he likes to switch genres and that sometimes leads to stories becoming darker and darker. And this one starts as a very depressing story about bullying at school and for a long time there's one big question: how far will the film shift into something even more uncomfortable than this bullying story. And it goes far. Very far. And it killed me emotionally. If that's what you like, you'll get a great film. Maybe one of the best (at least in recent years).