That ending was remarkable. It plays out more like a film noir than a horror movie, most of the genre tropes were there. And I will was fine with it. Although it's only 70 minutes long it moves on a little too slow at times. But throughout there are outstanding scenes, like the murder in the hallway, or the shower with the unexpected visitor, which kind of seens to have influenced Psycho.
I think a lot can be said about a character on how you react to this documentary. As someone who is struggling with mental health issues it mostly didn't ring as a comedy for me. The tragedy of living in the past and dwelling on missed opportunities is so sad and something I can relate to. And it shows what loneliness and isolation fueled with a toxic codependency can do to your perception of reality. Crazy to think the documentary…