The world is about to end. Maya is forced to go home to her hometown. There, she must confront a house that terrorizes her as frogs rain outside
The first Sambal language film in Berlinale.
It’s a scary, deeply personal, and hurtful take on the zeitgeist of solitude and isolation of our time.
The film expands to more universal themes as it slips between dreams and reality, memory and madness; expertly embodying the perpetual struggle against helplessness. [...] Storms often leave houses ruined from the outside. But here, the storm destroys what is within.” — Jason Tan Liwag, Rappler
“There is no shortage of technical excellence from start to end.” — Miguel Edosma, NewPos