Saksham Gumber’s review published on Letterboxd:
Very raw and vulnerable movie. It was just so captivating hearing these men discuss what being gay is to them, all the while their sexual dynamic changes and grows. They were like onions, shedding skins as the movie progressed towards its pre-written conclusion. I didn’t want it to reach that end. In turn, the film just captured something special about the mundaneness of life for me. Very well written.
I loved the colour palette, with hints of the primary colours illuminating an otherwise bleak and creamy world. Great use of natural light.