Martin Tillkvist’s review published on Letterboxd:
A 911 operator takes a final call for the day and that call is the movie. That is more or less the plot of this magnificent, one location danish drama/thriller that’ll keep you one the edge of your seat for 85 minutes.
It’s easy to draw parallels to Locke (2013) and Buried (2010) and I like both of those movies, but this one is the best one in that single location genre stories I’ve seen so far. Jakob Cedergren carries the movie to perfection and the dialogue is both well written and believable.
More intense than a visit to the dentist and more moving than most of the funerals I’ve been to.