The cinematography and camera work was definitely the strongest part of this movie. The cinematography had some powerful moments in itself which will keep you engaged.
After an intense and gripping opening scene, the plot of this movie is flat. The main theme is anger and more anger and it does not develop much farther than that. The biggest plot point happens before the movie, so you are immediately thrust into the post-experience. Everything in the plot makes sense, but overall it was very predictable.
I appreciated the cinematic viewing experience of this movie and it is very direct and to the point, but can't help but feel the plot was too underdeveloped, and too heavily relied on tropes/opinions of recent world events to carry the plot of the movie to understand what they were going for. Every plot point presented felt like low-hanging fruit.