Saymon Nascimento’s review published on Letterboxd:
A bleeding Europe, a place in a kind of limbo between past and future. No planes, no cell phones, but everything else feels contemporary. A fascist army is inching towards a port town. A lot of love stories with absolutely no future. There's a parable in the movie that explains what is it about. A man in purgatory waits for his veredict - heaven or hell - and discovers that the wait is hell itself; that's the movie. Things are not going to be ok.