Charles Mudede calls it "one of the most important movies of the decade":

The destination of the first part of the movie, and the point from which the second part departs, is a sequence that begins in rural Italy and ends in the middle of London—it begins with grass, insects, skin, knees, kissing, and fucking, and ends in an office space in Aviva Tower (modernism), which is between the Lloyd's Building (postmodernism) and St. Mary Axe (globalism). In the office space, the rich Italian family is meeting with a neoliberal Sikh.

Read and comment on the full review HERE.