Micah Ado (Alaskan)’s review published on Letterboxd:
The strongest thing about this film is the great balancing act of telling serious subject matters in both an entertaining and empathetic lens.
This wouldn't been achievable if it wasn't due the very strong cast, so kudos to them seriously. Also adding the element of "unreliable narrator" in a mockumentary presentation is honestly the best decision in the flim.
My only gripe I have is the soundtrack. While the selections are not bad, they are overplayed because you have of heard them in other films before.