Chris Genro’s review published on Letterboxd:
I love this film so much and it just gets better and better with each viewing. So much beautiful and depressing imagery that will resonate hundreds of years from now. Its a film that damns the human race and the world we have created and challenges us to be and do better. I demands your attention and assaults you with images that are funny, horrific, and wonderful. I can see why it was such a contraversial film when released as its a major attack on religion and how it's been warped through the years.