""Abrasive and often bleakly funny, the film is anchored by an unrestrained lead performance from Wendi McLendon-Covey as a Type A PTA mom who engineers her own absurd downfall, one well-intentioned decision at a time.""
"The characters in [Blush] all prove surprising, yet not always in good ways. They're smart and they're foolish. They're needy, insecure, self-medicating. They blunder on, goofy and aching, and sometimes they tend to unhealed wounds."
The Hollywood Reporter
""The writer-director Debra Eisenstadt [...] brings enough eccentricity to the material to make Blush hum with disquieting originality""