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Daily Review, Anders Furze, 2019

"The more Di Troia worked through his obsession, the more he realised that beneath the mediated surface of Britney’s meltdown lay systems centred on exploitation, abuse and violence in the entertainment and music industries, particularly against women."

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They Sydney Morning Herald, Cameron Woodhead, 2019

"Truly Madly Britney is a queer, pop-culture odyssey that takes camp subversion to the extreme. It’s deliriously, expansively un-PC and often in appalling taste."

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