Waldo’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's a dystopian world here, a young man is taken to an institution after waking up next to a dead girlfriend. There he will go into a mind bending ride of physical body morphing and psychological reformation to create a new, perfect reality. Eddie Alcazar's direction and overall production of his film is impressive. Eye popping effects and a eerily great soundtrack by Flying Lotus. But...I don't know. It doesn't make a whole lot of sense. A more cohesive screenplay would have been a welcome addition. Fans of Cronenberg, Panos Cosmatos and even Terrence Malick can maybe find more into the whole thing. Not bad at all but incoherent most of the time.