Jord’s review published on Letterboxd:
"I was a weapon."
"Every tape was a square of real landscape, I could feel those places, there were people there."
"Eventually there would be real ghosts."
Oh my god. A cacophony of sound and image unlike anything I've ever seen; history gains meaning as the present develops; ideas emerge as seemingly incomprehensible, but gain relevance in the world built; and the repurposing of footage in this is the greatest I've seen. Thank god for the internet. I'm floored man. Cinema could have ended here, I wouldn't have minded.