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Matt Wood’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
This film has the most literal Chekhov's gun I've ever seen in a film.
To describe the experience of watching this I think you have to go to extremes and say something like "the plot is incomprehensible, you have to let it go, it's more of an experience." I think that gets across the feeling.
But, it's also not true. The plot really isn't incomprehensible, at least not towards the end. It doesn't exactly come together like a whodunit, but it does come more into focus.
Not knowing what's going on does get tiring, but it never lost me because there is always something happening on screen. It's a very active film with fewer lingering shots than I expected.