It was, to use a word, hypnotic. Yeow. I thought this was about tattoos, and it sucked me right in. I guess this is like a lesser form of snuff film. I thought it was real and incredible. I saw this film the same day as I saw a piece on TV food channel about weird foods eaten in Asia (pig balls, frog sushi, insect larvae, etc.). So, in my mind, I was seeing the more extreme things in society. I'd give this a 7 out of 10.
The title character "Jerome" is a good looking kid with bizarre tattoos and an alienated state of mind. Sounds like a lot of people I meet. His actions and his thinking is as bizarre and irrefutable as theirs. A slice of life, so to speak.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this