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some cool ideas but the movie as a whole it was just ok...I did enjoy it for the most part though.
Michael gives a haunting performance--Seriously cool and psyched out!!
Skum film men en grym insats av Michael Pitt!
Filme diferente, nÃ£o tenho o que comentar.. Ã© muito bom!
Filme diferente, não tenho o que comentar.. é muito bom!
What a strange movie. I love how versatile Michael Pitt is... and watching Gale Harold is just a treat :)
Very strange... I liked it!
LOVE SEE NO BOUNDS... OR LOOKS!
Have not seen the whole thing yet, but from what I have seen, I like.
I had caught glimpses of this film, and certainly intrigued me with some fantastic cinematography and set designs.
Now that I've seen the whole movie, it's a very quirky indie film. Michael Pitt does a great job portraying Chep, an idiot-savant/autistic young fellow that lives in a prop house, taken in my the pothead owners. All the kid does is live and work in the prop house, and only leaves to see classic movies. He ends up becoming infatuated with a movie art designer that walks into the shop, and ends up finding odd props she needs for a film shoot she's working on. There's also some interesting Ray Harryhausen-type effects for Chep's delusional episodes talking with props coming to life, among other day-dream surreal sequences (interestingly enough the director is the nephew of David Cronenberg). Great references here, from Ed Wood's movie star/wrestler Tor Johnsen, Harryhausen, classic movie musicals/romances...
Basically this is a story of loss of innocence, of someone living a sheltered imaginary existence clashing with "reality". It ends up being a very light, strange, funny film...it's a great debut for director Aaron Woodley and great cast to support is as well...a beautiful film to watch.