Christopher van der Meyden’s review published on Letterboxd :
The film tries to tell a very powerful but complicated story. In order to keep the viewers attention over the two and a half hours, it has opulent art style. From superwhite, superclean future, to surreal scenes. From the 70s and 80s nostalgia to emotional love scenes. Nemo Nobody, the last mortal human reflects on his life (or lives). Rather than telling one life story he tells all possible. At every decision he made in life, he reviews the possible outcomes. And that's the main motive of the movie: Choices. How would your life evolve if you choose this or that girl, to live at on place or another? The line between what's real and what's imagination is very thin. It is very hard to watch if you expect a contingent story. It is more a collage of possibilities and memories. Often the plot hops between one storyline and another very fast. If you stay focused, the movie is rich in ideas and philosophical questions. But for someone, who just wants to watch a movie, it is definitely too convoluted and boring.