Conventional GVS, which tends to be less interesting to me than his more impressionist works, though he has proven in the past that he's more than capable of bringing an extra weight to more traditional structures (most notably GWH and MILK, obvi), and structure is certainly one of the most notable aspects that he disrupts here. Occasionally time is hard to grasp, intentionally so, though it's used to underscore the repetitions, and boy are there plenty, in how we cope with life.
Still wrestling with parts of this, but my biggest hurdle is distinguishing how much I admire it and how much I actually like what the film is doing or the ideas at which it probes. The first portion I can answer pretty confidently, the visual style serving to accentuate the experience and give the viewer a closeness to Saul and his thought process, while also kind of carrying us through the film, the second portion I'm less sure about. The…