Ok, I’ve been really busy this week. Here is a quick word salad on what I think about this movie:
An allegory on the pointlessness of fighting. Non-stop cycle that never seems to end between the so called 'Good vs Evil'. Perhaps there has never been any 'good' nor 'evil'. There's only me vs the other. In-group - Out-group, we’re just choosing sides. This movie gave us an insight into the so-called sense of ‘duality’ that doesn't even need to exist. It's all just an act and perhaps we're the spectators that are looking through the window of a decrepit building.
It is surprising how a movie about alcohol managed to be neither pro nor anti alcohol. I’m truly in love with the way the relationship conflict between Martin and her partner was written. The first is struggling to fix his marriage after years of shutting himself from others while the second was struggling with the guilt for the crime of adultery that she had committed. It is a beautifully written and executed human drama.
As a whole Another Round is…
“If someone wants to die, let them”
What if Incapacitants and Hijokaidan's music can cure a mental epidemic?
The movie surely has an interesting premise to it. That the primal noise has the power to free oneself from the sickness of the mind. There’re a lot that can be discussed about this movie but I personally find the open ending to be the most intriguing of them all, and somewhat further strengthens the whole themes of this movie. Perhaps at…