Mr. Nobody starts in the year 2092, where an old man reflects on the life he lived. However, over the course of the film we see no less than 3 potential lives he lived. That's the puzzle of this movie, it is about how our lives could be different if we had made slightly different choices, but which one actually happened? Jared Leto plays the adult version of Nemo Nobody, which is well-acted with some different personality traits in each scene depending on which life his character experienced. They also cast some brilliant young actors who mirrored Leto's performances. The one problem I had with the performance was just the old-age makeup which I found to be pretty bad. If they were able to cast young actors who were that good, I would think a good old actor would probably be a solid idea as well. This is one of those indie movies with an almost supernatural plot-line which they never feel the need to explain or justify. It always bugs me when I finish a film and my first move is to head to Google in order to find out what happened in the movie I just watched. It's a very particular style of film that some people will love, but I just never enjoy them as much as I'd like. During the flashback scenes where we see how his life might have turned out I was fully invested, and I loved how they traced those different realities back to a single event that started the branching effect of his different lives. In fact I quite love movies where we see how different life can be when we make different decisions, but I just wanted a concrete answer at the end. I wanted to know what really happened, instead of having an open-ended conclusion with a deeper existential meaning that I don't comprehend. As a result, Mr. Nobody is just OK, and not a film I will recommend to others.