I was transfixed with how everything feels so ceremonial, the way the inmates treats the stories with dance and chants to interpret it on a modern setting feels so cool, I was expecting a more satisfying ending though. It felt like the story rushed itself, like how roman told it himself.
bleak, and unnerving;
The aspect ratio and the muted colors really brought out one of the most dreadful, and suffocating experience I've ever felt, paired with the atmosphere of the vintage provincial town where everything slowly decays; Where hopelessness,greed ,and superstitions found its own place.
That scene where the corpse suddenly vanishes into thin air just to sit at another spot, while the camera slowly zooms out is a moment of pure terror and dread; and one of the most scariest usage of silence ever.