This was a weird experiential film, which says a lot. It's weird in that it seemed unsure what it is it wanted to experiment. Did it want to play around with reality, story telling, film making, writing, what? It wasn't shot bad and the acting isn't terrible, Christian Slater pulls quite a good performance here, as does Hopkins, but it feels too disjointed. It feels manufactured rather than an honest experiment. I know Hopkins made this film to have fun, but the viewer doesn't feel like it. It also feels a little too long despite being only 96 minutes. It's sad, though, because there are great moments such as Kevin McCarhty's performance and the scenes with Slater in it. Ultimately the experiment fails, but I can't downscore it for, at least, trying to make something different.