Manages a neat trick in playing grotesque and black-comedy elements as wry realism.
Toronto International Film Festival
Relentlessly paced and mostly unfunny comedy has style to spare.
Educational tube sales in various territories are likely.
This snapshot of 1960s and early '70s culture should appeal to Western artscasters.
A shaggy dog story with little bite.
Austerity is one thing in a thriller, starving the audience of suspense, character-insight and thrills quite another.
Modest but affecting drama of self-discovery.
Film is cleanly shot and devoid of cheap sentimentality.