The Survivalist, a grim, scoreless movie meant to emulate a limited perspective of the apocalypse, is pretty haunting. It starts with our main character, the survivalist himself, on a small plot of land in the woods. Starvation everywhere else is rampant, though we don't see anything outside the limited landscape. He grows and forages food for himself until two women show up: an older lady (Olwen Fouéré) and her 20-something daughter (Mia Goth), who she offers up for sex in exchange for food and shelter. Lonely and sad, the survivalist obliges, and his romance with the younger girl starts to bloom. The only problem? The mom is plotting to take over his land and kill him, of course. That's mostly OK for us though, since we get to see Mia Goth's gazoongas when she's in bed with this guy and then Olwen's briefly when her daughter bathes her! If this is how the world ends, we're kind of OK with it.