Well I finally got the chance to see one of Ariel's favorite films and I thought it was freaking great.
There's a lot of world building amongst the highway station that it's allowed to play it with no limitations srounding it. Which helps to expand on the great characters, the surpringly strange and good sense of humor, the stylish directing, the awesome soundtrack, and it's ability to blend in different genres while staying constant with what it's trying to say works off so beautifully.
Only flaws I had is there somethings that felt unanswered or didn't get the proper closer it should have. Outside that, I really dig this underrate flick and I think more people should go out and see it (really wish this would be on Criterion one day).
Once again, thank you Airel.