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selashiloni’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
I guess in essence I just don’t think the movie works unless you plug-in a metaphor into every plot point. Some stuff that seems stupid in the movie suddenly feels kind of profound when imbued with metaphor.
The metaphorical implications are really thought-provoking, but I feel like the movie should at least make sense without them, and there was a lot in this movie that just straight up didn’t make sense on a purely narrative level.