I'd normally skip over another zombie apocalypse film, but I noticed Golshifteh Farahani was in it so I hit play. She's in it for about fifteen minutes. Luckily the movie is pretty good anyway. I appreciated the idea of it focusing entirely on one man's solitary survival, without ever giving a broader view of the world or explaining the situation. Anders Danielsen Lie is completely convincing as a man going through the motions of survival without a plan that extends beyond the next day, his mental deterioration played out in subtle moments. There's a particularly powerful scene involving his discovery of the bodies of an old couple, and an ongoing initially comedic relationship with a caged zombie that plays out in an unexpected and moving way.
It's appreciably short, and even in a genre filled to bursting does enough of its own thing to be well worth a look.