eDan’s review published on Letterboxd:
The music is immediate and grippingly beautiful. Feels almost misplaced though, like it should be in a fantasy movie.
Wastes no time and gets right into the thick of it.
The cinematography, editing, and sound design are all very professional and impressive.
It doesn’t shy away from a couple common genre cliches, but instead uses them to great effect.
Also uses non-chronological storytelling very effectively.
In the end, it’s a great premise and left me wanting more in a good way.
I would love to see this turned into a feature-length film.