A lot of love has gone into this dark, dystopian comment on capitalism and the crushing pressure of living up to that dream's tantalising promise. Malek is great; channeling hints of Mr Robot but also bringing something fresh to his character and the real scene stealer is young Sukha Potter. The absurdity of mountain-man felt a little contrived but this is well worth a watch. 3.5 stars
this is a very pretentious movie, that tries to recycle some other (bad) attempts to make an interesting movie about the economic and social sistem that prevents people from having a real, enjoyable life. The actor is good, but the movie isn't able to convey its purposes.
If you're looking for a mind-bender, look no further. Rami Malek gives an outstanding performance in this genre-defying indie from Sarah Adina Smith. This story will hook you into a sequence of events that will leave you wondering what the hell happened by the end; and the beauty of the film is that it's designed for its audience to believe in multiple outcomes.
Este destul de catastrofic că regizorul Sarah Adina Smith, care a făcut capodopera de POV denumit "The Midnight Swim," se concentrează prea mult pe metafore religioase (Jonah! Balena! Lisus Hristos hirsut!) și actorii sau conceptul atrăgător sunt irosite în filmul acestă. Fața galbenă a lui Rami Marek (aka. Față de Karoshi) e elocventă înfiorător, deși toate sunt foarte supărător fără această.