Nick Moutsos’s review published on Letterboxd:
Was pleasantly surprised for the first 3/4 of this. Loved it when it got wacky and experimental and there is really some great direction, performances, and camerawork scattered throughout this thing. But all in all, it really didn’t amount to much besides a couple good scenes mixed with a lot more mediocre scenes wrapped up with a complete doozy of an ending. Jarin steals the show!