I wasn't really sure what to expect from this movie but since it was available on Netflix, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, unfortunately, like most other Netflix original films, the whole thing turned out to be half-baked, I'm afraid. It's too bad because this concept of a huge desert turned into some kind of prison definitely had some potential but there was just too many things that didn't make much sense. First of all, let's talk about the obvious, since they were in a desert, how did they get gas, water, electricity, drugs, food, weapons, ammo,...? Then, even though it seemed to make sense that some would become cannibal, why would they bother take such drastic measures since the community nearby seemed to manage to get some food fairly easily? Finally, what really ruined the whole thing for me was the ending. Indeed, after the main character lost her leg and her arm to this group of cannibals, she actually falls in love with one of them, not before she actually killed the mother of his child in front of the kid herself. I mean, seriously?!? I don't remember the last time I saw such a completely unconvincing romance. The only possible logic coming from this movie could be, that since Suki Waterhouse and Jason Momoa are both attractive, they should definitely fall for each other, even if it didn't make any sense with the history and background of their respective characters. It's a shame because I really liked the idea of the main character losing her limbs right from the beginning but I would need more than just some hipster soundtrack to cover up all this nonsense.