I absolutely love this movie. I haven't seen artistry like this in years. Trevor Juenger proves that he is a masterful auteur in the vein of David Lynch or Jean Cocteau. I felt that the film had touches of Cormac McCarthy and Franz Kafka. Coyote plays like stream-of- consciousness writing. It is similar in structure to Cronenberg's Naked Lunch. It explores the many layers of the mind of a man who is disconnecting with reality and society and the violence that results. It is a poetic and psychologically honest look at chilling subjects such as isolation, self-hatred, and mass-murder. Bill Oberst Jr. stars and is the heart and soul of the film. I can't imagine anyone else in this role. This film was painful for me to watch and yet I loved it.
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