Rob’s review published on Letterboxd:
Got to see this in a theater and this has got to be one of the few times a Netflix movie doesn't lose any of the cinematic experience by watching at home. That doesn't make it any less important. There were parts I was genuinely shocked to see transpire. The flow and pacing are just right with information being revealed in a logical order. The lack of a filmmaker's personal voice makes this movie that much better. I highly recommend giving this a watch on Netflix.