Kai Perrignon’s review published on Letterboxd:
These people look like humans, but they act like violent, shitting apes. And yet, despite the lack of dialogue, we can understand nearly everything that's being said.
I love the point this satire is making; strip away the bullshit pageantry that informs everyday interaction, and we're all still wild animals. And occasionally, that point leads to some very funny moments, like when our protagonist has sex with his bride's mum in front of the daughter in the most base way of getting her to like him.
But it's often so tedious, going on and on and on for what is essentially a one joke premise.
I admire this immensely. It's bold, vulgar, and incisive. It just would have worked better as a sketch.