Flawed, but beautiful. So many genuinely touching moments. Surreal, and has a painterly quality. Genuinely different. I’m excited to see more from Fails and Talbot, assuming they work together again. 

Talbot has a deft touch here, even if some of the pacing and story beats don’t work for me. I was tempted to give this a 3, but it’s so much better than that. It’s raw talent, captured on celluloid. I can’t wait to see that talent grow into something with more finesse. 

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