labeouf’s review published on Letterboxd:
That was a nice beginning as a celebration of Hitchcock's birthday. First of all technically it has some good things to show, one of them being the obvious cut on the back of one the characters. Suspicion plays all along in this, sometimes loosing its way to digest on some postmodernist humanism. Because of this I don't think that Hitchcock has played his suspicion card very intelligently. Knowing that he has perfected it in some late work makes me think that this was a nice lesson. On behalf of acting there's not much to say, as it's quite well-done. It definitely has its space not only on Hitchcock's all around work but in cinema altogether.