Eva Zee’s review published on Letterboxd:
the metempsychosis of a marginalized subject is not tranquil but repulsive, filled with the blood and suffering necessary for expurgation of material and political corruption. a man wanders through a world populated by ghosts and murderers, and yet a tenuous solidarity with the outcasts and downtrodden of the global south is formed. debts are accounted for and repaid, but Europe reasserts its self-destructive brutality once more.
"Remember me, and I promise to forget everything"