Since I kept hearing some pretty good things about this movie, I was quite eager to check it out. Eventually, it turned out to be a seriously weird movie and, to be honest, I have to admit that it was rather tough to handle something so bizarre only 2 days after watching ‘mother!’. Anyway, in this case, they went for some kind of strange mix between a survival feature and a zombie flick and, even though this mix was very often completely preposterous, I was amazed about how well the damned thing actually worked. Basically, it started out with the main character using a corpse as a speedboat to get away from a deserted island so, at least, you have to admit that the makers were obviously trying to do something new with the genre . And, yet, even if all the super-power thing was actually more distracting than really entertaining, there was still some really interesting ideas about loneliness and how we interact with each other. Indeed, as a result, the main character manages to have his most meaningful relationship with a corpse which was at the same time so sad but also quite inspiring. Basically, we are so conscious and overthink everything that we often struggle to have a genuine contact with anyone but our mind is so complex and developed that we can manage to create the most intricate world and, in our mind, we are able to have the most incredible relationships. Anyway, to conclude, even if it wasn’t really a masterpiece, it was still pretty good and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested in experimental movies.