Gautam Deka’s review published on Letterboxd:
It is the apocalypse, there is wasteland all around you. An unknown catastrophe has divided and ravaged mankind. A huge section of the population are affected by a mysterious disease which distorts faces and makes you unintelligible. They are called The Degenerates, they suffer. They suffer explicitly. A tourist tries to visit a museum said to contain the remains of the previous civilization and in his journey, stumbles across the suffering of the Degenerates and that completely transforms him. Konstantin Lopushansky's sci-fi film explores the nature of suffering, and a certain existential dread. The intensity of his vision is exacerbated with raging red colour pallettes. The camera moves slowly, with a sense of dread following it around.