Ostensibly a less colorful, feature-length "Queer Eye," the film also examines the apparent social trichotomy of modern Ireland, where you're either a fashion designer, a drug dealer, or a complete square. Full Review
The New York Times
The coming-of-age story about the corruptions of the big city has been done a few thousand times, but at least this one offers a fresh mix of open-minded intelligence and a heartfelt point of view.
San Francisco Chronicle
Enlivens the classic premise of innocent-in-the-city by moving its archetypal characters in unexpected directions. Full Review
For all the violence and breaking-up-to-make-up that go on, there's never really a sense of risk or exploration, and the film's pulse never rises above faint. Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
Manages to be enjoyable despite its contrivances. Full Review