“A tour de force of performance, in Glowicki's astounding display of choreographic expressionism (...) an instant classic of acting."
"Tito is the sort of visionary work that film festival audiences deserve to discover on the ground, and bodes well for the career of a filmmaker willing to tackle complex themes with a singular voice.”
"One of the great independent film discoveries of SXSW 2019 is a picture that is also one of the boldest artistic statements of year (...) An expressionistic plunge into the fractured psyche of an emotionally damaged social recluse that reminded me films like Lodge Kerrigan’s Clean, Shaven and Harmony Korine’s Trash Humpers as well as the confrontational performance art of Mike Kelly and Paul McCarthy (...) Tito is both a midnight-movie-worthy blast of heightened sensation as well as a thoughtful personal expression by a notable new directing talent.”
"Tito is without reservation an immersively effective nightmare, a spiky snarl of a movie anchored by an audaciously committed central performance."
“Her performance is baroque and physical – she twists and lurches her tall and slender frame to physically manifest Tito’s cowering emotions while also suggesting something insidious and unknowable lurking within (...) Her performance, and the film built around it, is strange, hilarious and unsettling (...) Tito is still wholly a product of Glowicki’s voice and her command over the tone and anxieties the film dredges up (...) SXSW prize-winning actor/director has no desire to conform."
SXSW - Adam Yauch Hornblower Award
Oldenburg International Film Festival - Audacity Award
B3 Biennale of the Moving Image - Rotraut Pape Inspiration Award