A 90 minute tense thriller with basically a single actor in just one room. It focuses on a police call centre operative who receives a call that will potentially alter the course of his life. Think 'Locke', but about 20 times better, and no terrible accents. This is Director Gustav Möller's first feature, which is mightily impressive.
To reel the audience in for the entire time takes a mighty effort script wise, and Möller pulls it off nicely. There are a few flaws in terms of the character's actions but it is a very fine first effort with a couple of twists and turns in the second half of the movie.
The movie's themes touch on morals and assumptions, and perhaps nods to how we in the Western world perceive/judge others in an automatic fashion in a post truth age. The sound editing is also noticeably effective.