Press“A stylish piece of sci-fi pulp fiction madewith a sense of scale that belies its indie budget. Evocatively rendered bydesigner Helen O’Loan as a kind of nightmare art installation from which thereis no escape, the cube in which Ren wakes up is black except for a wall of neonbars, which ticks off the days until her confinement ends” HollywoodReporter TheGuardian“The near-future setting, combined with HelenO’Loan’s resourceful, interior-heavy production design, protect the film fromextending its sci-fi inclinations beyond the believable. The atmosphere is bigbut the settings are contained.Press“A stylish piece of sci-fi pulp fiction madewith a sense of scale that belies its indie budget. Evocatively rendered bydesigner Helen O’Loan as a kind of nightmare art installation from which thereis no escape, the cube in which Ren wakes up is black except for a wall of neonbars, which ticks off the days until her confinement ends” HollywoodReporter TheGuardian“The near-future setting, combined with HelenO’Loan’s resourceful, interior-heavy production design, protect the film fromextending its sci-fi inclinations beyond the believable. The atmosphere is bigbut the settings are contained.”
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Director: Ben C Lucas
Production Designer: Helen O'Loan
DOP: Dan Freene ACS
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HollywoodReporter 
“A stylish piece of sci-fi pulp fiction madewith a sense of scale that belies its indie budget. Evocatively rendered bydesigner Helen O’Loan as a kind of nightmare art installation from which thereis no escape, the cube in which Ren wakes up is black except for a wall of neonbars, which ticks off the days until her confinement ends”

TheGuardian
“The near-future setting, combined with HelenO’Loan’s resourceful, interior-heavy production design, protect the film fromextending its sci-fi inclinations beyond the believable. The atmosphere is big but the settings are contained.”