Thanlis’s review published on Letterboxd:
Impressive debut movie. Really really smart piece of work. It feels like every frame was a conscious choice. I spent a lot of the movie thinking about the contractors who review objectionable content on Facebook, and stories about how traumatizing that work can be. I'd guess director Prano Bailey-Bond is pretty aware of those stories. Censor really grapples with desensitization and trauma, and I loved it for that; at one point I thought the movie was going to reach a conclusion, but then it deftly undercuts the easy answers.