Justine Smith’s review published on Letterboxd :
Strong overview of the art world today featuring a wide range of different points of view. Focused on the commerce of art and how it is so easily abused by wealthy patrons and nouveau riche cash launderers, the film takes on a very cynical view of the contemporary art climate. I believe the film's tone is entirely justified, because the art world might be the most classist and unregulated industry in the world right now. It's hard to see the art through all the money, which is a scenario in which we all lose... well except for the hyper-wealthy. The movie is a great starting point and I would love to see more films of this style delving into specific incidents of corruption and abuse in the art world. It's an industry in need of an overhaul.