Mo Radwan’s review published on Letterboxd:
A masterpiece that shockingly boasts high standards of discomfort. "Naked" breaks all boundaries of pleasure, and hits you so brutally in the face with its abstract idea. By the iniquity of being an antihero, Leigh's screenplay is so strongly written, and all in all, the dialogue is considerable. Furthermore, the realistic portrayals and renditions of each actor does darken the film a whole lot more. Particularly, Thewlis's approach, and his fashion in speaking is vivid in all the ways.
While the film may be hard to stomach, the consequence is by far, the leading slice out of all. Generally speaking, witnessing two sexually obsessed men escorted by disturbing backgrounds, and unstable behaviours, the film does a lot to it.
A nerve-wracking masterpiece.