There is a a strange mix of "dream", "fantasy", "delusional" , "pseudo reality" and reality in this one, where the divisions between perception made it almost impossible for me to dive it's key premise. Ultimately, the conclusion of this story/film, I am guessing will be a huge let-down for most viewers.
Once again, I find myself strangely intrigued about what the "purpose" of a movie such as this is... why write it, why film it, why act in it, why watch it? It just makes no sense to me... theoretically the filmmakers have a budget, and a team, and they can fill an hour and a half of your time with "something"...why fill your time with "this"??? I just don't understand the motivation.
If you are going to make a film. please remember that you are taking an audience on a journey, so why not have something about the journey semi-positive, insightful??? Why create a film that will just send people off the cliff of despair? Why?
The key premise of this film seems almost interesting. Any team of imaginative writers could have created something from the premise... I am guessing 90% of the viewers, if they were given the key premise as a starting point; could have filmed a more entertaining film than this one. Yet, what will you experience with this conglomeration if you give it an hour and a half of your attention? I wonder if you, also, will wonder was there something "I was supposed to "get" or understand from this film"? Is it possible that the filmmakers actually lack all creative imagination or are they intending that a viewer is left with void, despair, nebulous non-meaning as life's purpose? Wow... Who would build a movie with that as the intended result? So sad.
So...once again, I remember...this is a "movie"... the actors got paid, everybody got paid... Maybe the whole purpose of tying up our time for over an hour with this waste was a some sort of "tax-write off"... a big payday for everyone in exchange for creating garbage? If seen from this perspective, perhaps the result is almost heroic... hahahahahaha. I have heard of films that, half-way through the filming process, everyone KNEW it was going to take a nose-dive... It might be fun to watch this one over and over and over and over and see if there is some sort of signal from those involved in the film creation; do they give you a sign to run like hell , fast as hell to the exit of the theater????