Kayla Myers’s review published on Letterboxd:
Arrested Development but much sadder and more frustrating in the year 2018 because this family, particularly David Siegel, reminded me of the Trumps so much.
As a documentary, I really enjoyed its observational structure and really the lack of true narrative and tension. Throughout the film, you get the sense that the filmmakers haven’t decided how they feel about the Siegels, but instead they are observing how people with so much and such a detachment from
the world experiences what so many of the middle class experienced in 2009 with the recession.