Time Out says
The shaky camerawork and naturalistic performances mark the film’s kinship with quasi-realist sitcoms like ‘The Office’ and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’. There’s also some ravishing imagery of central London at night, as well as a hint of Paul Schrader to the linking scenes in which Sacha drives to his next tryst – you half expect a Bernard Herrmann score to kick in. Yet, as drama, ‘The Gigolos’ is light on insight, and as comedy, it’s unfunny to the point of becoming tedious – leaving you to ponder how Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant would have spun this meaty set-up.
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