When Moondog punches the code to open the front gate, he presses the same button three times in a row, but the beeps change in pitch. They should have all been the same since they were supposedly generated by the same button. See more »
I wish this movie was an hour shorter. The pastel and neon dizzying hedonism is artfully directed. However, when the film's pace begins to slow, it's like the lights coming on in a club. The characters then become annoying and boring, the plot holes more obvious, and the movie excruciatingly boring. The end is an interesting homage to KLF.
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