Baby's first Gaspar Noe, and I'm sorry to say that I dug it quite a bit. I wish Noe had the impulse control to go with one imperiled child subplot instead of two, but 90 minutes of people freaking out under increasingly baroque colored lighting is a pretty direct way into my heart (and that's not including the superb "Rollin' and Scratchin'" needledrop). I would probably give five stars to a version that's just 90 minutes of the overhead shots of people dancing.
For me, all of PSH's skills are conveyed in this. It's 53 seconds long, an almost precise recreation of a local mattress store commercial, and it only appeared on the 2-disc special edition of Punch-Drunk Love. In it, PSH plays his character in PDL, Dean Trumbell, the owner of a mattress store who also doubles as the leader of a phone sex ring. In this clip, he's recording a commercial on the top of the store's roof, wearing a too-small…