Time Out says
Russia's recent plunge into clubby hedonism deserves a great, decadent movie.
This isn't it. But for a while, one could be forgiven for thinking so, the
plasticine style encasing an equally plastic yuppie couple—Timofei (Koryakovsky)
and Vera (Tolkalina)—in rampant consumerist bliss. But with the entrance of
Uloomji (Badmaev), young, homeless and a sexual magnet in the making, it doesn't
take long for the film to warily lunge for the expected bisexual love triangle,
and a conservative finish.