Mandrake’s review published on Letterboxd:
Spoilers, I guess.
From a writing point of view, this movie gets stupid from the very set up, ruining a lot of suspension of disbelief from there: people wear their time (ergo: money) on their arms. The rich people don't have any form of protection for this currency and exchange system; they don't have tech to protect it, they don't have security barriers in ways that replicate the fortune protection that exists in any capitalism. It's a pivot of the plot and stupid AF and it doesn't get better from there. The story can't happen without this weak spot. Could have been a good story if it actually felt like a real conflict resolution story.