Time Out says
Mostly handheld, always frenetic and always noisy, Serbis dips in and out of the lives of the sprawling members of the Pineda family, who run the cinema and live in it, and their various physical, sexual, legal and financial quandaries. There are blowjobs, boils on butts, hints of incest, accusations of bigamy – and customers exploit the auditorium’s dark rows and sleazy fare to ply trade or seek it. The mood is as grubby as the aesthetic. The energy of the camera, always moving, always uncovering a new story, is infectious for a while, until the novelty wears off and interest wanes.
Cast and crew