Critic Review - Washington Post

Myself, I loved it -- as much for the self-conscious banality and surreal pointlessness of its dialogue, which unravels over the course of 11 more or less unrelated vignettes, as for its austerely retro black-and-white photography.

May 21, 2004 Full Review Source: Washington Post
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