Cuts and framing were odd but good, they worked with the mood of the film. The main big argument between the two siblings was fantastically absurd and hilarious. Overall, it looks like Chokri picked up influences from Dolan, who was very obviously influenced by Godard. Very much like Dolan's 'It's Only the End of the World', the film attempted to be too many things and lacked the self awareness of Godard to be anything but shallow. The film touched upon quite a few serious topics such as politics, communism, the absurdity of being overeducated but lacking experience, sibling relationship, an unstable family, death, drugs, insecurity and jealousy. Many topics are touched upon and insinuated, but none of them are explored properly in depth, making the film quite pretentious. So many questions are asked but none are answered. Suddenly all of Sophia's problems seem to have vanished once she fell in love and found a job. The film's ending shows a terribly naive perspective.