Adam Oblivion’s review published on Letterboxd:
This movie was visually arresting and a total jaw-dropper in the effects department. What, none of the animals were real? They fooled me..
The story is relatively simple and maybe that's why I liked it as much as I did. I have read a few reviews on the film that analyzed the plot for deeper meanings and allegories, but I prefer to take it at face value and not read into the story so damn much. Why complicate something that doesn't need to be complicated?