Jeremy P. Beasley’s review published on Letterboxd:
Much like The Mountain, a mostly still camera follows two filthy young brothers working in some kind of mining operation. One of the brothers makes liquor at home. It’s quite the hit until it starts killing its consumers. After being ostracized, he becomes obsessed with guns, combat, and a British infantry instructional video, drifting in and out of his own harsh reality. Jealousy, curiousity, and white powder cover every inch of this wonderful little film.