Starts off strong with a slick aesthetic, and eventually develops a fascinating premise. By the end of the second act I had fallen asleep, and (after waking up and rewinding) the third act felt far too ambiguous. If the director only knew how to handle the material, it could've been great.
Reading various internet discussions concerning the true meaning of this film was entertaining, as was the movie itself, but it didn't quite deliver like I had hoped it would. Honestly, it reached a point in the last act where the cinematography and camera work got to be a bit trite. There was no need to fade to black that much.