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Fun to c Nic Cage snort some coke n his wide eyeballs..... A surrealistic n hypnotic film
Nic Cage acted damn well n the film is good too.
It is slow paced but there is something hypnotic about it.
U don't get bore. There is a surrealistic feel to it.
The colour palette n the location added to the dark nature of the film.
My only crib is the headache inducing flickering lights n some action scenes shot in the dark.
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