- 1h 19m
An aspiring sculptor falls in love with a talking hole in the wall when it starts to produce award winning art.An aspiring sculptor falls in love with a talking hole in the wall when it starts to produce award winning art.An aspiring sculptor falls in love with a talking hole in the wall when it starts to produce award winning art.
The absurdity of the plot is remeniscent of something from David Lynch, which lends itself to a myriad of possibilities, no matter how far-fetched. The production is excellent, and while I did not recognize any of the actors, it had the look and feel of any "regular old movie" one would see in a theater - so, independent, but not schlocky. Everything from the script, to cinematography, to the (stellar) soundtrack added to the dark and ludicrous scenes unfolding onscreen. The acting was extremely well done, especially by the lead; a couple of quirky characters, but I believe their parts were written in such a way that demand what some might call "bad acting." It all lent to the dark & twisted concept of the film.
As for contents, for those who care:
- no nudity, but for the male protagonist without a shirt in one scene.
- no recollection of profanity, so if there was any, it was obviously not en massé, or grossly evident.
- violence and gore is confined to just a couple scenes. The violence is two scenes of hand to hand fighting, without much incident (nothing you wouldn't see in a PG rated film). There are a couple of bloody scenes, each accompanied by what some might call "gore," but for the most part there is nothing outside these couple of quick scenes. In other words, if you're only looking for gore, this is not for you.
Overall, i highly recommend this film for fans of David Lynch, Darren Aronofsky, Alejandro Jodorowsky, or any other surrealist director.
- Feb 11, 2019