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Such a strange film, the slow rot of it's pace in this earth toned Berline occasionally tinged with the green of greed. Hopper plays this mysterious manipulative character but who seems to really just be a chancer, moving from one scam to the next and assuming that his intelligence is what got him through, convincing himself that whatever outcome arrives is what he had planned all along.
I left the film bouncing between a state of confusion, and a very clear thought that we are all just in freefall forever.
A man lost at sea washes up on a tiny island.
Long before Bo Burnham made a film entirely on his own, Joel Haver was blazing a trail in his own unique way, proving that creativity doesn't need to break the bank.
The difference between this and "Inside" is that Joel has no interest in telling us what we already know. He wants to take us and him into uncharted territory, to probe ideas and feelings that lurk under the…