David Gene’s review published on Letterboxd:
I wonder how personal this movie was for her to make. I hadn't read the bio before on her website about being crippled by polio, then witnessing the effects of the atomic bomb in Japan. For all of the precision and safety measures touted by modern medicine, at the cellular level, radiation treatment is a war waged in complete darkness, out of control or order, where tiny infantry of the body spill from veins, grasping at each other, incapable of communicating over the noise of cosmic rays pulverizing the battlefield. A glimpse of that invisible struggle, and the artists' will to persevere, shines through this piece.