Gramercy Riff’s review published on Letterboxd:
Killer premise, but once under way I just couldn't get into it. A stylish movie that lashes out with chunks of fierce and harsh violence (poor Sean Bean!), but the self-absorbed and clinical atmosphere did nothing for me. It puts the movie in a chokehold from which it never escapes. Not even during crunch time. Boring character, this Tasya Vos, her struggle never comes to life and the visual trickery there, I found it more tiring than anything else. Perhaps this movie shouldn't take itself so seriously. I sure couldn't.