Jody Webster’s review published on Letterboxd:
How is this movie both not good and good at the same time? The decisions made here are fascinating. For instance, there is a pivotal conversation that takes place in the latter part of this movie and even though it's integral to the story, the audience never hears a word the characters say. This talky scene is shot partially in slow motion with no sounds other than the stolen music of the Moody Blues. It's like the writer (slash director slash star) knew he wanted these two characters to fight, but never bothered to come up with a reason for them to be fighting. And the whole movie's like that.
To the person who somehow put this weirdo lost film up on YouTube for the world to finally see, I salute you.