One of the more intriguing images in this film is produced with the "hide the moon with a dime" trick, where the woman is in the foreground and you don't see anything in the background, then you start to, but it takes a while before what's going on actually sinks in. Definitely a much nicer feeling than finally figuring out what's happening in Alejandro Gonzalez In~arritu's segment of SEPTEMBER 11.
Altogether a fun and interesting film, complete with some Jack Kerouac readings, a Hawaiian ballad and the Ravens singing the 1950's hit "Count Every Star". The woman tries her hand (not very successfully) at different carny games. She occasionally looks back at the camera, seemingly to make sure we are following her. In a number of the shots the person (or couple) just stand still while the lights and action whiz about them.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this