It's undeniable the (re)collection capacity of sources and images and the ability to place it in a sustained continuity by a fictional filigree, and this is the most dynamic aspect of this film. But it coexists with an annoying provability of that capacity and a tiresome exhibition of its fictional ideas, wich drags it around revealing itself unproductive.
An uneven, but fascinating piece of work. It tries hard to emulate the work of Philip K. Dick, and in its creation of a highly-detailed, paranoid near future, it mostly succeeds. A lot of interesting science-fiction concepts and an engrossing plot, though it's hampered greatly by some weak performances and its negligible budget - the montage sequences are far more effective than the filmed narrative scenes.