Julian D’s review published on Letterboxd:
Well, that was fantastic!
Attenberg is unapologetically real and hasn't heard of shame. It doesn't shy away from anything "awkward"; this applies to the characters too. Everything in it is so real, that it almost turns into an extreme form of hyperrealism.
The most original coming of age film I can think of.
I love all the quirks and short dance sequences.
When did Y*rg*s L*nth*m*s become so hot? Can't believe he actually had his d*ck stroked in this.
Greek weird cinema >>>>>>>>