Kern’s review published on Letterboxd:
Probably one of the most discomforting films I've ever sat through that doesn't feature any kind of extreme violence. Bronstein generates an astonishing amount of sympathy for his main character Keith. Dore Mann's performance—this is his only acting credit—is one of best I've seen in years. I grew nervous about halfway through, as it starts to get monotonous, but luckily there's a brief shift in the second half leading up to the final 20 minutes which completely won me back. Really cannot recommend this enough if you're looking for something unique.