🎟 Brice Watts 🎟’s review published on Letterboxd:
An incredibly nuanced take on stereotypes, perspective, and biases set against the gentrification of Oakland lead by stellar performances from Daveed Digs and Rafael Casal. At times quite dramatic with spurts of hilarity strewn throughout all while maintaining a dynamic hyper stylization that really pops. I really like the fact that the film deals with its characters’ decisions and has them take accountability for them, opposed to giving them a pass in lieu of pushing an agenda. It does both, which makes it a very powerful and balanced piece of cinema.