It's confusing narrative might be too bewildering for some audience to grasp. At first, it's like watching six films of different genres getting tangled up with each other. But once after you allow yourself to be immersed and carried away by its flow, only then you will realise the craft and beauty of this film. For start, the visual effects were splendid enough to compensate the pretentious screenplay. Secondly, the different parts that make up the film have the ability to provoke different moods and milieu. So, the idea of enjoying six different stories with one movie ticket? Sounds like a bargain to me!