Dillon(!)’s review published on Letterboxd:
"My eyes are open."
Viciously destructive, perverse inanity that thrives upon the rapid images (and what accomplished images they are) of all-perceptive thematics and societal tactility, culminating upon an insanity that seldom goes hand-in-hand with multiple reactions to an alternate reality. Violence and human identity; a life of viewing and viewing until mainstream images are revealed to be nothing but textured manipulations. Larger becomes the age of information.