Drama • NR • 2013 • 2 hr 2 min
Extremely surrelaistic movie and you have to be well-prepared for that before you start watching. However, have a watch and own conclusions.
Fantastic filmography. Something different and thought provoking.
Very trippy movie. Definitely not for everyone, but the visuals are amazing and the story is really unique.
I really wanted to like it but couldn’t quite make it.
Watched it twice. I still have no clue on what this was supposed to be about.
Unique, visually stunning, and deep thinking. The Congress is a beautiful trip.
distressingly bad. like I was genuinely startled and upset by how badly written and acted this was, it felt like a prank of some kind
Network-connected nanobots in vapor? Nope! Just unexplained mess the creator seemingly derived during a hallucinogenic psychosis.
Very meta. Starts slow, like a soft drama, but then it gets very weird, very fast. A must if you like sci-fi and experimental stuff.
It has some spectacular animation sequences but a confusing plot and flat characters make it a tedious experience
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