Kane Bumpers’s review published on Letterboxd:
Finished this 3 hours ago and I'm still gathering my thoughts, but this was pretty great. The violence was super insane and I was kinda confused on why it had to be so brutal and what the point of that was. After watching an explanation video, I better understand what the director was going for. The performances were really good and how they matched the style and look of the film added to the intensity. How everything played out was really sad to think about, but an interesting message was delivered through that. I know these thoughts are really jumbled, but just go check it out if you're interested.