amir syarif siregar’s review published on Letterboxd:
Even if you try to look past how tone-deaf the film is, the plot is still mind-numbingly painful to watch. Sia's 'Music' is dressed as a telling of an autistic story but the autistic character is only a subordinate character, lacks depth, and only exists to ignite some sort of character development for the main character. It is offensive as it plays into harmful stereotypes towards people on the autism spectrum, uninteresting, and poorly put together. While the songs are well-written and catchy, their insertion into the dragging narrative only stretches it further. Everyone involved should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves.