Kai Perrignon’s review published on Letterboxd:
"I'm the Spiderman of Cock-town!"
Director Jim Hosking has a fantastic grasp of atypical rhythm and a compelling fascination with the uncanny valley of humanity, and this is often extremely funny in its descent into psychosexual hell.
However, I'm not sure that there's any cohesion here - that this is anything other than a collection of funny scenes. Hosking seems to be attempting to make a statement about the petty nature of male privilege, but it never really comes together, instead just fading away into diffuse surreality.
I have a feeling that this rating will rise over time, and I know that, if I had seen this in a theatre, I would have enjoyed it more. Late night on my computer was not the right viewing platform.