An old comedian lies buried up to his neck in the middle of a desert. A strange woman bearing a nail-bat finds him and intends to kill him. To save himself, the prisoner lures her with ...
See full summary »
An old comedian lies buried up to his neck in the middle of a desert. A strange woman bearing a nail-bat finds him and intends to kill him. To save himself, the prisoner lures her with mysterious words, distracting her with stories of a mythical threshold that holds the absolute truth. She is trapped by the words as she struggles with her own existential conflicts in a world where the boundaries between truth, lies, reality, and imagination are blurry. This bizarre situation detonates a monologue about solitude, emptiness, love, absurdity, fear of death, and the fragility of human passions.
... but I watched it with a friend and he had a hell of fun. No, we didn't, this movie sucks and makes no sense. Maybe we both watchers were too stupid to get the message, but rather more this movie really sucks. Call it art and you suck too! Ah, there was a rich guy buried in the ground, a lady with a baseball-bat with nails dancing and talking. And there was a wall with a hole where two people disappeared at the end of the movie when a really stupid dance-music played. Hey, this contains actually no spoliers, you will get the real message when you watch this ... not!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this