Student Film agony from start to finish. Run away as fast as you can.
This movie is a weapon of mass destruction or at the very least, a fine torture device. I must say it was VERY intriguing at the beginning- there's a petite woman holed up in a run down top floor apartment that is hot as hell. We hear the steady whine of the various appliances and it is very quiet. The contents of the refrigerator are strewn on the floor- we wonder why- then we see she is inside the fridge curled up to cool down. And the rest of this movie is just like that- makes you curious as to why something is the way it is- and then you find out in a very underwhelming visual presentation.
I liken the feelings this movie emotes to the feeling you get when you are coming down hard after a very long nite of partying, every part of your body is worn out and ready to fall apart but for some reason you are simply too tired to sleep. You haunt yourself in an ethereal existence of non-being as no real thought or action occurs- it's just you sitting there wishing you could sleep or wishing you had more energy and not knowing how to pursue either endeavor so you just sit there like a zombie hating life.
That's this director in a nutshell- he had an idea but had no idea whatsoever how to pursue it so in true student art film cookie cutter method he does something stupid to make the audience not understand this film so he can feel like he is smart by confusing them. Baby, smart don't come from stupid- plain and simple. This movie is dumb, boring and torturous to attempt to bear. It will scar you and make you want that time of you life back. It fully sucks in every way conceivable. Have I made myself clear?
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