payton’s review published on Letterboxd:
This popped up on my recommended videos on Youtube, so naturally I decided to watch it. Honestly felt as though I had to force myself to sit and watch it. I thought certain parts were funny but it really didn't make up for how uninteresting the rest of the monologue was. I enjoyed the directing but it wasn't enough for redemption. The editing I felt was distracting as well from the monologue being spoken. The change of topic and scenery every 30 seconds made it hard to follow.