Eli Hayes’s review published on Letterboxd:
this film is a flat out blessing; cinema this potently personal, profound and parked on the edge of reality & the moving image. docufiction as fiction, and the tragedies of life seeping their way into the Projections of our Selves. the life becomes the screen and the screen, before us, which is part of All Lives, transports us into the lives & tough times of those willing to shed their skin, and stand Naked in honesty of the hurt they've caused. the love they've found, and the feeling of sinking your feet into the beach's sand during the evening, as you ponder the friendships; the relationships that Dissolved over time or, worse yet, popped like balloons suddenly swept so swiftly into the past -- best of friends dissipate into faceless silhouettes.