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A ultra-realistic depiction of life in a Marine Corps brig (or jail) at a camp in Japan in 1957. Marine prisoners are awakened and put through work details for the course of a single day, ... See full summary »
The sad and ultimately depressing tale of a charmless man
Shot almost entirely on location this is a seemingly surreal tale of a man who infuriates people around him with his constant talking. It makes difficult viewing at times because the reactions of his "victims" seem very real and you wonder whether they even knew they were being filmed. It certainly pulls an emotional punch, and doesn't make for easy viewing. I walked away in a slight state of shock feeling as if I might have been watching a disaster happening in slow motion. A slightly entertaining tale at some points, especially when Jerome gets over-excited, but far too easy to parody. Best avoided.
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