Wesley C.’s review published on Letterboxd:
First half-hour or so is excruciatingly uninteresting. A combination of droning background noise and near-mute characters ("B- But, muh script economy!") don't do the somewhat mysterious sequence of events any justice.
Afterwards, it looks like things are starting to ramp up, as the character dynamics become clearer and the thematic conflicts flesh themselves out... and then it just ends. It felt like I was waiting for nearly 100 minutes for something to happen to justify the sleepy pacing and erratic handheld camerawork.
The biggest takeaway from Kinetta? We all have to start somewhere!