An absolutely beautiful looking movie, with striking visuals and an incredibly unique tone to it. Somehow it feels entirely alien and abstract, whilst also being compelling and surprisingly modern.
There are moments that look and feel like a Rembrandt painting come to life, and yet other sequences that are completely nonsensical. Both of these add up to something that is entirely unforgettable, but I'm not sure if that's for the right or the wrong reason.
The narrative jumps around a little too much and the tone shifts from melodramatic to an intense and darkly realistic feel. It never really settles on either, but again, I feel like that might be seen as either a good or a bad thing.
Ultimately, this movie is a complex and twisting beast that grabs you with its unnatural melodrama and stunningly beautiful looks. Be warned though, it's all a little too indefinable to be a hardcore classic.