obviously this film is for someone, definitely not for me.
as much as i love improvisation, i really don't think it adds anything to movies. for example, in modern comedies, i find that it bloats running time and actively prevents any long-game setup/punchline situations, plus most of the time forces the aesthetics into simplistic shot-countershot situations just to capture whatever funny stuff comes out, which is usually relatively uninspired absurdity.
in films of this nature, improvisation is meant to add a level of realism to the proceedings, but instead the characters act like they are doing an impression of realness, which ultimately makes it seem faker, if that makes any sense.
to me, the reason films like this don't work…