Tinted Ink Media’s review published on Letterboxd :
Both a sickening and enthralling experience. From naturalistic performances that show the sheer sleaziness of something as techincal and graceful as dance, to the very involved and trippy cinematography that is both expected and engaging. At only around 90 minutes long, it still uses its time to immerse yourself as witnesses to one of the most insane, sangria-fueled, perverted mess ever put on film. And the dancing all the more is the center of this seemingly neverending escalation of that insanity.
Gaspar Noe, you did it again. Another family friendly, popcorn eating, romp. Bring your kids...to an electric box.