J. K.’s review published on Letterboxd:
Bizzare, unsettling, and awkwardly depraved.... I am not sure how I feel about this one. On one hand it is beautifully shot and undeniably original. On the other it is overly graphic and extremely convoluted to the point of mental fatigue. There are also a lot of scenes I could do without, such as the child nudity, dog fighting, and washing of a mans exposed ass.
This was honestly not something I could really recommend. If you're into this that's great but I didn't connect with it enough to warrant some of the scenes. It's a wild ride, I'm just not sure I would ever take it again.