slothtroyer’s review published on Letterboxd:
Some films speak directly to the viewer. This one interrogates. Another classic case where the star and filmmaker took a risk and we're harassed out of ever doing it again. A rare case where a films visuals are as artistic and bold as it's themes. The opening black and white fish eye visuals are reason enough for this Time magazine cinematographer to never have to work again. Like the greatest twilight zone episode of all time or something. Bleak and radical. There is something very true and very dark going on here.