I really didn't enjoy the cinematography, but I still almost want to declare this a perfect movie. The depth it carries is incredible, especially built on the premise that the characters are all supposed to be clichés... And the death soliloquy.. wow.
The film is called "Yes", yet all I can say is "No."
Very little charm comes from this film, which could have been a truly great movie, if not for the awful choice of having the characters speak in rhyme. This attempt at adding another layer to the character's interactions results in a headache-producing sing-song dialogue, which limits the characters from expressing themselves without regulation.