Hugh Tuomey’s review published on Letterboxd:
Haven’t posted in like a month but hey this is pretty good. Dry as a fucking saltine but that’s not necessarily the worst thing for this kind of film. Adam Driver and Annette Bennington are great as per usual, but some of the dialogue came off as extremely robotic due to the writing rather than the performances. If you don’t know a lot what the US government did to detainees after 9/11, this movie will probably be extremely informative, but I wonder if it did enough differently as a film to inspire real change which seemed like its goal.