Dirk Diggler’s review published on Letterboxd:
A truly powerful, unique and hypnotic experimental documentary film that bears some resemblance of Man with a Movie Camera. There's no real narrative, it's rather a really well-executed, grand and symphonic montage of cleverly juxtaposed and contextualized images. It's visual poetry showing order and disorder, the effect man has on earth, and at times its just an overwhelming, jaw-dropping experience with its strikingly beautiful images and powerful score. There's simply no dull moment in its 87 minutes runtime, if you just let it wash over you. This beautiful shit is meant to be experienced, preferably in a theater.