A tepid excuse of a man
I was blackout drunk when I watched this so I appreciated how much of the dialogue was exposition. At one point I fell asleep and I remember drifting back into consciousness briefly when Adam Driver was singing his little song and wondering when the movie turned into a musical, since the song was also all exposition much like a show tune.
I feel like Noah Baumbach watched Possession and said "yeah I can do that" and....didn't.
There's a lot I could say about this film. It is genuine psychosis on screen. Gerard Kargl was tapping into something feral and raw when he made this film.
I've never felt before watching this film that I was *meant* to see something but this felt like destiny. Everything about it felt like it was speaking directly to me, and I felt equally like a killer and a victim when I watched this. This movie is an evil Ouroboros. My…