Mark Dujsik’s review published on Letterboxd :
The provocatively titled Kill Me Please opens with a scene straight out of the opening of a horror movie. A teenage girl or young woman sits alone from her talkative peers, walks down a sidewalk with only some minimal traffic passing, and, somehow, ends up in a field on the outskirts of the city. She walks at an increasing pace, until she's running. She trips, looks up at the camera, and begins to scream, until she runs out of breath. With the camera in her face, she breathes and begins screaming again.
See my full review at Mark Reviews Movies.