"Never has cinema felt more like skin contact between the screen and the viewer."
"This is about as radical and forward-thinking as contemporary cinema gets."
"Erotic and sexual neo-Bunuélien "pas de deux"... deploying its surrealist material from a part of the cinema craft: foley artistry."
"A celebration of kink and queerness"
"A fascinating fusion beyond genre, placing it in an interregnum celebrating the marriage of the human, the animal and the plant.
"Ann Oren captures the audience’s imagination by way of an elegant and poetic work which urges us to take a critical look at our relationship with “normality”.