Alex Bierwagen’s review published on Letterboxd:
Interesting that this was shot on video, really captures the early aughts aesthetic quite well and fuels the whole “oh everything is really wrong” aspect of the film, by making do with lesser tier capture mediums it reinforces the hardyness of the characters making do with what they can find.
Very mixed feelings about the third act. I understand why it is what it is but also, I feel it could have easily taken a much more interesting and less misogynistic route.
Also wtf was up with the mixing/mastering??? Had to keep my finger on the volume button the entire time due to the range of volumes :/