Sam Carlson’s review published on Letterboxd:
It starts off so strong and passionate and infuriating and insightful and blood-boiling and I could do on. Parts 1 and 2 drag you into the middle of this mess and lets you look at things you probably haven't looked at before: whether that's the actual situation, what happens behind closed doors, or a repeated message in a new light.
Parts 3 and 4 dwindle, and perhaps that's intentional. That's what it felt like for these five individuals. Reality had to be dealt with, and that conquered hope. But the set up and the full circle carries it.
Intense, but with purpose. Woof.