Scott Tobias’s review published on Letterboxd:
Second viewing for a thing I'm writing for Vulture. Not without its stock docudrama elements, but what lingers is an almost tactile sense of the cancerous rot that's taken hold of the culture. This is no mere exposé of Dupont knowingly poisoning people, but about the corporate tentacles that grip every aspect of our lives. And it comes through in the *look* of the film, too: You could turn the sound off and Ed Lachman's cinematography would tell a story just with its color palette.