aaron’s review published on Letterboxd:
The recent B&W 4k for this was stunning — easily preferable over the standard colour edition.
Somehow even more disturbing on rewatch (especially one incredibly key part of the ending I entirely missed on first viewing). A strange, nihilistic parable about the consequences of our desire to self preserve and a testament to the stubbornly human reflex of creating conflict and fanning its flames — waiting until it engulfs us all.
Despite all love and connection, despite our resilience and our valour, ultimately our acts will be repaid. None are forgotten.