Malvad’s review published on Letterboxd:
A group of young friends gather together and go to the beach and let loose with a number of hi-jinx. After they've gone for a swim they make way to the woods when they find that one of their friends has disappeared and from there they fear the worst. They call the police in (they're an extremely sensible bunch, this lot).
As the film progresses we see the group feel fear, sadness, regret, resentment and, of course, loss as they drift apart one by one in their grief. The camera's graceful movements throughout the film conveying their emotion so exactly. We're left with a profound sense of grief as these teenagers are left to come to terms with what happens when all around them have managed to disconnect themselves so as to function properly. They can help out whenever they can but can only offer mere condolences where possible.