Ryan Chisholm’s review published on Letterboxd:
Ok so the first 25 minutes was phenomenal, I really felt the terror of the situation.
The next hour and a bit is cool, we meet lots of characters and see how different people deal with the situation either by suicide, trying to create peace or becoming a fucking psycho real quick... But it's a bit samey for a while.
I'm a bit unsure how the BR Act is a national thing in the film but this class didn't know anything about it?