Daniel Goss’s review published on Letterboxd:
Enough can be said about how accomplished this is as a soundscape, but the honesty is what really makes this a vital work. It isn't so much artistically challenging as it is genuinely hard to sit through. It's a real meditation on pain, decay, and a time where an entire community was left for the flies, and it's a crushing but true account. This hurt! But it's also maybe one of the most intimate things I've ever experienced.