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While its quirky storytelling style draws viewers in, many will tire of the subplots long before it reaches the two-hour mark.
Part mystery, part soap opera, part critique of how adults understand and interact with young people, The Rainbow Experiment bites off a silly amount and manages to chew most of it with gusto.
raw, powerful and experimental... expertly explores the failure to communicate between adults and teens.
By recounting these stories of the private and public politics, the emotional and the professional, Kallas asks her audience to understand and question how easily we think we can know what happened in any terrible accident.
Kallas shows some promise as a director...it's one that's heavy on cast with way too much going on from start to finish.
If Kallas had whittled her cast down by a third and gone a little easier on the kaleidoscopic split-screen, The Rainbow Experiment would have been stunning. But as it stands, it's too frustrating to overlook the forest for the trees.
Don't let the many characters fool or overwhelm you, as it isn't some sort of exam for the audience. There are many details hidden and expressed directly in each shot that gives the story obsessive something to salivate over.
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