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“The micro-budget production value clearly shows, and Bitte Andersson doesn’t hesitate to throw in more cheesy effects serving the right purpose. The amateurishness is always part of the game, and the film´s intentional gimmick, never a result of the lack of talent, skills or judgement. Despite licentious unrestrained gaiety, the admirable amount of collective work, enthusiasm and a hefty dose of positive naivety, all count among the building blocks. Especially the naivety must have been the towing vehicle, naturally next to strong dedication and believing in the cause, as it translates into the film nimbus in the most positive sense. The director revealed that the film doesn’t have an ironic bent, but stems from 80s attitude, where friendship is magic, which is one of Dyke Hard´s leading themes.
Dyke Hard is made by queers, about queers, albeit not exclusively for queer audience”
(Martin Kudlac for Screen Anarchy)