This film does carry some interesting concepts about life and how we perceive things. It just tells us to look around and let go. In it's own way.
Does this review make sense? No. So don't expect anything more from a movie where a palm tree because a Christmas tree.
I gave the flick a five on NETFLEX. I usually can stand formula, full of sex movies.
I won't go into the story in details here, but this is basicly a film about a man that can't find it's dog. We meet cool characters and we are served things that show Quentin Dupieux's creative, imaginative and spaced out mind. His last film, "Rubber" was not a big film for me, but he definatly has grown since then. This is just as pretty, but better as a whole, no big slip ups here. It's got a brilliant tone of colors and are beautifully filmed. One of the strangest flicks I have seen lately. It's artsy, still funny and relaxing. It looses it's strong, off beat flow for a while and turns pretty flat for a moment, that's very sad. Still it creates emotions, but they won't stay with me for a long time I'm afraid.
The problem with the film is that it won't bring much to you, it will not leave you with satisfying answers - or questions for that matter. Shut off your brain for a while and just watch this and enjoy it for what it is - a different, surrealistic experience.
8 out of 10 alternative paint jobs.