Saw this at MIFF 2017. Really fun and enjoyable dystopian thriller with that surreal 60s pop art aesthetic that I love so much. I liked this more than Quiet Place in the Country and Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion. Petri's eccentric playfulness works a lot better here.
This is like Archer, except I have reason to believe that everyone involved was vaguely serious... Petri manages to straddle mainstream entertainment with a serious cultural message about humanity and our need for violence. It's ridiculous mostly (especially the scene about Sunset Worshippers). But fascinating in its relevance for modern consumerist entertainment. Aside from the robot dog thing. Nah, didn't get that.
***1/2. That's the science-fiction I like the best. Smart and showing us probable future things. The Big Hunt Game seems to have popped up out of TV's filled today with provocative Reality Shows. News channels and advertisings are still polluting our life. I also liked Mastroianni with blonde hair and Ursula with short skirts. A movie I like to watch again and again. Almost highly recommended.