The script is an incomprehensible mess at times, and it’s thematically very muddy. That said, this is a beautiful film from a technical perspective, even if it is laborious to watch at times. 

The film comes so close to saying something meaningful about the way selfish creativity destroys, but can’t seem to find its truth. 

(Also: Adam Driver is sensational in this, despite the fact that his character is sensationally bland.)

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