PRESS

Thierry Lorenzi’s beautifully dreamlike science fiction short “On/Off” would have been an appropriate prelude to the newly anointed classic “Interstellar”
– Los Angeles Splash magazine –

The biggest vision I’ve seen for only a 13 minute movie. It reaches at the heart of humanity, and has a very deep and poetic purpose and meaning.
– grimmreviewz –

Bluffed. The credibility of the images is indisputable. A recurring theme of sci-fi, Treaty beautiful way by Thierry Lorenzi. Bravo !
– l’autre monde radio/webzine –

Very risky, courageous […] the film offers some stunning sequences, such as Meredith’s space trip, backed by impressive visual effects.
– fenetresurcourt –

The missing link between Kubrik’s terrifying questions and the sci-fi modernism of Cuaron’s Gravity.
– horrorant.com –

nothing to envy Cuaron’s Gravity
– cinemafantastique.net –

Rare visual treat in the short film.
– mad movies –

Beautiful pictures we would have thought impossible in the French cinematic landscape.
– scifi-universe.com –

The effects are striking and the ending is amazing.
– lesuricate.org –

This short film is distinguished by a touching and original purpose. Talent for sure !
– aucoeurdelhorreur.com –

A beautiful interlude of science fiction again, which proves that you can have great ambitions and hold until the end.
– onlike.net –

A short film ambitious and beautiful.
– clapmag.com –

Some pictures touching finger the state of grace.
– devildead.com –

A very good short film, visually beautiful.
– unificationfrance.com –