Tommy’s review published on Letterboxd:
Recommended by ian
I'm not going to pretend I fully understand it, but I loved it. I have a few theories, but I think I'll wait until a second viewing to give it a spoiler review so I can fully realise them. This kind of thing is exactly why I love film, it tells so much by doing so little, every single (beautiful) frame tells so much and every line is very thought provoking. Also, this has some obvious influence on some more modern/popular films, most notably the work of David Lynch and Fight Club.