Leonora Anne’s review published on Letterboxd :
There was a very specific time in my movie-watching life where I watched a bunch of "unconventional" indie movies with fucked-up subject matter and loved them because of how Different and Fucked-Up they were. This is pretty clearly one of those. It's paced weirdly, very immature and horny, and secretly underneath all of the comedic setpieces, chock-full of suffering and despair.
It doesn't pop for me like it once did, but still has a lot of weird charm in spite of itself.