This movie is has really silly, bizarre comedy in it. It's set in the future when nudity has been outlawed. At times, it feels like an SNL skit. But it also has other deeper themes about politics and social issues and censorship and the media. At times, it's really effective at delivering those messages while making you laugh. At other times, it's jarring and even a little confusing as to what is going on in the plot. The confusing aspects are helped by the fact that the main character visits a therapist to tell her what's going on (his "assignment" by some government official to catch a naked woman who's on the loose). The therapist is hilarious. Those scenes are throughout most of the movie and were some of my favorites. Overall, an indie comedy that has some highs and some lows. Worth a look. If you like the first 15 minutes, you'll probably like the movie. If you don't like the first 15 minutes, move on to something else.
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