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Brandon Williams’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Really interesting style. I'm left just ceaselessly irked about the ghost suicide jump transition. I am going to assume the future played out, everything collapsed, and the universe cyclically started again. But why does he land where he did or are we to assume he was just standing there for a long time and we finally join when something happens.
I would have loved to see an attempt at a fast forwarded trip to the end of time, collapse, birth, forming of earth...etc. To not do that feels like a cop-out, unless I'm misinterpreting what happened. If he really only became aware again at the point we pick up with him....why there?
Anyway, it is certainly a unique experience and goofy as f&^* that they chose to do bedsheet 👻👻👻's.