If it doesn't work in the present it wouldn't work in the future
The film starts very promising, and certainly looks very good at least for the first half.
But it is completely unstructured and unengaging, so you probably need to do some of the many drugs that are consumed in the film to find this interesting; if you can stomach the incredible self-indulgent and pretentious dialog the film suffers under.
As the director said at the Q and A after the film: 'I didn't think the script was very believable so I thought it would work by setting it in the future'- do I need to say any more?
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