Michael Audet’s review published on Letterboxd:
"'The party of the first part gives the party of the second part and his associates full power to do with him at their pleasure. To rule, to send, to fetch, or carry him or his, be it either body, soul, flesh, blood, or goods.' What does that mean?"
"That's a transportation clause."
addendum after realizing I posted two "quotes as reviews" in a row: Makes a shockingly appropriate double feature with Sorry to Bother You. We definitely don't give this thing enough credit (for anything, really, but especially:) for being deeply concerned with artistic creation, morality, and even, like, the ability to retain your humanity under a capitalist exploitative system.