4.5 Grim and grimmer TheJournalist | 16/10/2012 | See all TheJournalist's reviews (6) This film starts grim and only really gets grimmer, right until the very end. Switching it off at the end was like waking up from a very long and protracted bad dream, devoid of all hope and human decency. Yes, it's an accurate picture of the depths to which the human race would sink in an apocalyptic scenario, but by God it's heavy viewing. If you're looking to buy this film hoping that there's a happy or even hopeful ending you'll be disappointed. The reason I give two stars is for a decent set of acting performances, but I would never, ever trouble to watch it again.