Too many lethargic passages undermine the pic's deep-midnight S&M weirdness.
Pic will likely be remembered as one of the jollier byproducts of South Africa's 2010 World Cup fever.
Pic has little value except as a vivid example of a film's apparently bottomless misogyny.
A saucy novelty bound to find its very small aud among middle-aged, Middle American arthouse patrons.
After some minor fest action, ancillary looms.
Despite a well-worn, pretentious premise, uneven thesping and tacky sets, pic plays better than its simple synopsis might suggest.
A fact-based kernel is worked into this pleasant if light fiction feature.
Manages a neat trick in playing grotesque and black-comedy elements as wry realism.
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