Karina Longworth(Village Voice):Ballad functions like a dreamlike likeness of her subjects.
Richard Brody(New Yorker):Losier's thin coating captures the poignant paradoxes, the ecstasies and burdens, of the change of life into art.
Jennifer Merin(About.com):A compelling label study and a fascinating reflection of contemporary culture, but you must decide during yourself whether their obsession is the cast of art or art of ravish in.
Keith H. Brown(Eye with regard to Film):Some of P-Orridge's tire is certainly interesting, but like manifold transgressive artists he has a drift to let shock for its grant sake override other concerns.
Sukhdev Sandhu(Daily Telegraph):Losier's semblance, like her extraordinary subject, feels like a labor-in progress preferably than the latest word.