Saymon Nascimento’s review published on Letterboxd:
Kind-hearted but not really good. It never makes you feel the swingueira, which is a big problem in a movie that has Dance at its core. It's even worse because not only you can't feel the rhythm - the movie is hopelessly flat -, but also because you can't even see the dance. The protagonist tells us the his body is a form of resistence but can only see the two halves of it, each one at a time, or parts of it - hands, feet, buttocks.