Drama • R • 2007 • 1 hr 42 min
Strange comedy film centered on the story of a stranger character. Funny, interesting and a little funny
Strange film with unique direction and offbeat plot.
Not sure why I love this movie but it hits right for me.
Very misogynist, and full of bad intentions, wich are usually under the surface, however I noticed a kinda unique direction and visual style
Other than tiny plot holes, it's very good and interesting.
Combats it’s grudgingly slow pace by illustrating a genuine artistic lens that progresses throughout the story. 10/10, but not for everyone
Surprised by this film. It’s slow but very interesting
An understated movie about a relatable place and time of a young adult’s life. Great characters make this worth watching.
A strange way around to tell a love story. A character that’s obsessed with the female body but for different reasons. A good story to watch
Visually inventive but the story is a little simple and seems intentionally loose in favor of showing off cool camera tricks
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