SilentDawn’s review published on Letterboxd:
Woefully troubled behind-the-scenes. Basically a hunk of scraps, but what scraps! Framed as a film of viewing, experiencing, and re-living digital espionage, cyber terrorism, and the vitality in global ambiguity. Starts as a Hitchcock riff and ends in a neon slow-motion reality of bodies disconnected from their own frame-of-reference, liberated towards a new plane of action and movement. Destined to be wildly overpraised, but that's auteurism for ya.