Matias Primuchi’s review published on Letterboxd:
Ok, where to start with this one? The story is super meh, trying to be too gritty just because. It also really unnecessarily long, you can cut out like 30 mins of the movie and it would have the same result. The narration is dumb, it really takes away some nice quiet moments from the movie. What really disappointed me was the cinematography, it could've lifted this movie half a star if done better. On the good side tho, the acting is pretty good (minus some accents) and it has some good set pieces.