Aaron Brenner’s review published on Letterboxd :
It's unfortunate that this probably won't reach as many people as it should due to being a YouTube Original as this is a very well-made heist movie about two men stealing from their own culture. The plot may be fairly standard for this kind of film, but there are a good number of scenes where the filmmakers play with their tools in a unique way to create some very special moments. It also has a fairly enjoyable light-hearted tone for most of it's run despite the stakes being high. The film seems to be commenting on the way Mexican culture has been treated since colonization, which was interesting but not the deepest thing ever (at least out of what I got from this first viewing). It arguably slows down a little bit too much during the last third or so, but otherwise a very enjoyable watch.