Ben Abraham’s review published on Letterboxd:
It’s evident that Krauss is mainly a documentary director, he obviously knows everything there is to know about this story, but I don’t think he managed to capture the war feeling and pay credits to these characters. The dialogue is often blunt and choppy and the direction isn’t strong despite some enjoyable cinematography. The story is one that doesn’t set itself apart from other war films of a similar calibre. The main two characters are the only two that feel differentiated and impactful to the story, the supporting cast had nothing to properly work with.