Max Oxley’s review published on Letterboxd :
Looks and feels so much like a documentary for the most part that any plot that sneaks in amongst the 'staff' is wildly jarring. All the characters are so thinly drawn, I can't see why this wouldn't just be a doc; random members of the public get asked to select one memory they could theoretically take with them to the afterlife and a team of artists try to recreate the memory. That's kinda what Faces Places is, right? But with giant murals? I dunno, I haven't seen it.