I’m surprised people have a distaste with this film, as I thought it was absolutely thorough. Sure, some of the writing is lacking and nothing about the dialogue stands out as unique, special, or even that great. However, the animation is the true show here, a beautiful display of dark, haunting visuals and immense action. The film’s frames never seem to die away or burn out of fuel, as each split moment of the artistry is uncannily wonderful. The cold world of alienation and permeating fear weaves a video game type atmosphere that, like a video game, feels like a very uncertain and dangerous collage of events. It’s contained, short, but delivers in its full potential by crafting gritty fantasy within a gritty apocalypse, hence providing plenty of thrills and discoveries to unfold as the journey of wreckage continues.