Patrick Pryor’s review published on Letterboxd:
An exploitation Rosetta Stone full of writhing seething lust. Now I know where John Waters cribbed both Divine's Female Trouble look, modeling poses, and stop and stare street walking! Fuego burns so hot, Isabel Sarli has to roll around in the snow just to cool herself down! I also like the undercurrent of melodramatic malaise like a good 19th century female awakening novel like Madame Bovary or Return of the Native or. . . The Awakening. Scenes of pure exploitation fur coat slips couple with a frenzied housewife begging her husband to kill her 'cause being so high key horny all the time is TORTURE. Whatta movie!