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JR Reviews’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
I usually don't like to give these types of "artistic" old fashioned movies whose main attraction consists of hidden symbolism made for pretentious film students to study and jerk off over much credit. But this is a properly disturbing depiction of a fully fledged nightmare (added to by that eerie wind noise in the background) that at times did impress me by how freakish and erratic it was.
Don't get me wrong though, I still hated it just as much as I hated that fish x apatosaurus x waxy airpod x E.T. looking ass baby. I guess we are kind of meant to hate it though.