BluntCat’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's difficult to objectively evaluate films like these. The ones that have deeply impacted me ever since I was 8 or 9 years old, but I feel like this one still stands the test of time after almost a decade. The core messages are based around principles that I found important from the first time I've seen it, and I still think they're significant to me. I'd highly recommend it if you can find good subtitles, but I feel like that's the main reason as to why this isn't more well known. It's almost impossible to translate because it's just that "hungarian".