Jak-Luke Sharp’s review published on Letterboxd:
Lamb is a stirring thematic display in performance and production design, yet is sadly let down with a lack of maturity behind the camera in terms of narrative. This issue is ever-present in the features dire need to excessively pigeonhole itself into a surrealist genre with its addition of prologue and epilogue. Lamb without said inclusions works just as effective, if not to a greater power, in the tremendous fragile enigmatic brevity that is on show. Lamb says so much without the need to actively or specifically over state and indulges in the dreamscape present. It’s a shame because these narrative inclusions of indulgence understate and somewhat undermine the progressive and emotive landscape, such as what the fabulous Noomi Rapace covers.