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One question: Why? Why did this movie come to be? How could it have come to be? What went through Tommy's mind to cause him to make it want to be? So many questions, so many problems, but very few logical answers to solve them.. Tommy's acting is bizarre, unemotional, and verging implausible, while his undecipherable accent doesn't reverse any of these dilemmas. The story gets confusing, this title seems out of place, along with many other small events that don't get explained until Tommy actually attempted to justify them in an interview. This "Masterpiece" is one you'd have to see to really believe what people say about it, It's more than bad, it's something else...