"The power of each piece of the trilogy lies in the permanent unpredictability of events. […] The moments of surprise arise primarily from dance - from a seductive as well as compelling movement language that describes an overwhelmingly heightened atmosphere of psychic primal fears."
"The famous ingredients of the two founders of the successful Belgian collective Peeping Tom are again present: dance, acrobatics, illusionism, cinematic suspense. And mad humour. […] The theatrical qualities of the nine excellent dancers are fully used."
"The typical mix of magic, effects, slapstick and contortion is bombastic; the suspense is perfect. The entire piece is still worthy of the comparison with the surrealistic TV series Twin Peaks." **** (4 stars)
"These dancers delivered an incredible performance. With their bodies, they challenge the rules of dance and the laws of nature. In [The hidden floor], humour, darkness and beauty coincide in superlative degree."
"With The lost room (2015), Franck Chartier and his magic, realistic but surreal and absurd oppressive world, finds a wonderful connection with the Kylián tradition of NDT and therefore receives the 'Swan Most Impressive Dance Production'."
"Best plays and shows of 2015 according to NRC Handelsblad"
"The first highlight of the new season." ***** (5 stars)
"A vigorous example of surreal dance horror." **** (4 stars)
"Dance which thoroughly shakes you up." **** (4 sterren)
"[The missing door] is like a good Netflix series; the highly disturbing, ad-hoc relationships and events leave you wanting more."
"A dazzling, extravagant experience."
"Flapping like Hitchcock's birds."