Trevor Wang’s review published on Letterboxd:
Based on La nuit a dévoré le monde by Pit Agarmen, Dominique Rocher directed this poignant zombie apocalypse. The next morning after a party, Sam wakes up to find himself in an empty chaotic bloody apartment in Paris. He tries to survive while keeping occupied.
It is not your typical zombie film, but it has so many artistic scenes that are creative and unique. The music making, intense drumming, and monologue conversations, as well as the hallucinations are all entertaining and intriguing. Stunning cinematography vividly captures Sam's lonely passing of time, and desperation for survival.