Chris McKay’s review published on Letterboxd:
You should watch this movie. It's a character study. It's a slice of these people's lives and the access and POV that Lee Hirsch found and the moments he was able to capture are sad and real and moving and infuriating.
There are three people I fell in love with in this movie, Alex, Alex's mother and Tyler's father. Amazing characters. Amazing people.
And there is one really great moment of true, real villainy that I won't spoil but when you see/hear it, you will not believe that it really happened.