I may well be called to dedicating some time to ridding the world of this digital interpolation issue.
Don’t kid yourselves. This is a real problem.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Fuuuuuck... That's the stuff.
I can see some of Darren Aronofsky, Spike Lee, Lars Von Trier, and even Gaspar Noe in here - in terms of visual style. In terms of tone and dialogue, it felt like a combination of David Mamet, Martin McDonagh, even Charlie Kaufman - in a 'Synechdoche, New York' sort of way.
This plays very much in the same space that '8-1/2' did. It is meta as hell and entirely self-aware, which is what makes most…