Siegel™’s review published on Letterboxd:
I love that this was made on a $200 budget in the slums of Uganda in the middle of a civil war and it's not a depressing drama about oppression or inequality (not that those movies are not great or important - check out Jafar Panahi's This Is Not a Film). It's never been more clear that the people making this had fun - hilarious, contagious, infectious fun - in the slums of Uganda, in the middle of a civil war. They even deleted this film to make room on the hard drive just to do it again! If they can make the best of their situation, what's our excuse?
Edit: I read up a little bit on it (Wikipedia lol) and apparently the budget was only $85 🤯