Andy Webster from The New York Times
"...Stephanie Regina, who doubles as Irene, a studio messenger, describes the storm clouds of World War II... The most impressive performers here are the most naturalistic: Ms. Regina’s Irene is put upon but resourceful..."
Michael Giltz from Huffington Post
"Stephanie Regina pulls off a complex turn as the Girl Friday Irene and the narrator filling in the plot of both the movie and its production history."
"Standing next to [Michael Curtiz] is the ever-present assistant, Irene, the stressed out girl messenger (a high energy fireball Stephanie Regina), who also plays double duty as the old-fashioned magnificently voiced film narrator."