Todd Russell’s review published on Letterboxd:
A platform containing a smorgasbord of food descends levels. Each level has two prisoners on it. The prisoners stay at each level for one month and then are moved while they sleep. The people at the top eat the best while the lower levels starve and resort to human atrocities to survive.
An unusual take on social class and rationing that reminded me a bit of Snowpiercer only that was on a train (and a better film). Interesting tale with a slow start but soon spiraling down the drain direction.
The acting was competent but not memorable. I didn't recognize any of the actors or actresses. Recommended.