Zander Rice’s review published on Letterboxd:
Bill is a man going through life and heading toward death. These are his memories, feelings, moments he’ll remember, and moments he’ll forget.
What’s so interesting about this film is how minimalistic it is without being minimalistic at all. You don’t need fancy CGI animation, big budgets, or leading men and ladies to provoke imagination. All you need is a stick figure. And if this isn’t one of the deepest, funniest, and saddest movies I have ever seen I don’t know what is.
Never before have I thought so much about life after watching a movie. Life after death, and life before. Cherish everything before it’s gone & before you’re gone.