We’s unreserved sexual boot up the censorship’s tight behind is this junkie’s drug of choice that gets the blood pumping in all the right places…As a sincere compliment to director Rene Eller, We belongs in the maladjusted family tree that also bears the rotten teenage fruit of Larry Clarks’ Kids and Catherine Hardwicke’s Thirteen and harks back to the Golden Age of Dutch Cinema with the Dutch Sex Wave from the 1970’s…We is also an important film of human callousness hidden within the prospect of free love, an age-old infiltration and exploitation concept captured by Rene Eller’s subversive eye and [writer] Elvis Peeters sage mind.” – ItsBlogginEvil