Animation • R • 2001 • 1 hr 39 min
A film that attempts to ask all the big philosophical questions and leaves you to try and answer them.
A breath of fresh air. Satisfying for all of your senses. Truly a one of a kind movie, it is pure pop for dreamy people.
Thoughtful, philosophical, insightful, and with the added bonus of shattering one’s notions of meaning and existence.
Not everyone would like it, deep, surreal and philosophical.
Although this film has a lot of interesting artful visuals, it's a philosophical film that's mainly two people talking. Worth a watch
Has the abrasiveness and charm of that person who presses for a "deep conversation" whenever possible.
This one needs to be studied, not just watched. Drops bombs throughout! Some of which have stayed with me ever since ... Excellent!
Don't watch it if you're not well-rested.
This movie isn’t good. It’s not for anyone with a degree in analytic philosophy.
More of an experiment in filmmaking than an actual film. The closest you can get to a true representation of a dream
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