"From The Big Chill (1983) to Peter’s Friends (1992) to everything in-between, these films cover it all from racism and AIDS to comets and cults and more. The formula is one that allows many diverse characters to come together in a confined space and run amok over the full spectrum of emotions as they learn just how important they really are to each other. With Auld Lang Syne, there’s a lot that is familiar of course, yet remains a sincere little film that is silly and smart."
"Made by a team of women and on a micro-budget, “Auld Lang Syne” represents everything we need in the independent film industry right now. Its creation serves its outcome well. On top of representation of the underrepresented, discovering this film is like hitting a true indie story jackpot because, well, it's everything: sad, hilarious, true, weird, ridiculous, honest and every little emotion and adjective in between."