Benny Okay’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sweaty, dirty, and ugly. Extremity and physicality. There are at least 3 set pieces that are exhausting on their own, and it seems like the rest of the film is assembled from shots of men at work - manual or criminal - and detail inserts: a bride with a black eye, a charred corpse, a truck named Lazaro (as in Lazarus, but is it indeed good to be back?).