Description source: promotional material
"Rocco's first feature effort is a good, solid tragedy about a young man who doesn't know what he is—heterosexual or otherwise . . . Plot is developed with more taste than found in much major studio product; performances are good; and Rocco, who did everything but write the script displays a sensitive film making talent . . . His style is that of a romanticist, not of a pornographer . . . The skin display motivation is leagues ahead of the nudity found in many major American films today, and the actual exposure is less . . . It is somewhat remarkable . . . Intellectually honest . . ."
"With a script by Edward Middleton, Someone is a study in sexual identity . . . is a tribute to quite distinctive artistry by Rocco . . . (He) employs sweeping romantic images on both natural and artificial colored settings . . . composes all shots well and has a particular gift for appropriate and emotionally informative use of long close-ups and deep focus relationships. Rocco has been making films for only a year and even in the current bill, sharp improvements can be noted in each successfully completed experiment. He is too good to be confined to home movie budgets and clearly too concerned with observing all of life about him to remain the captive of a minority audience."