They really don’t make them like this anymore
This doesn’t hold any space for a perspective similar to my own. A more small scale and mindful philosophy, working towards Sukha. This film also has a much more pessimistic and misanthropic view of humanity, especially humanity in crisis, than I currently do.
This didn’t stop me from finding this incredibly profound and philosophically challenging. It’s the best argument for nihilism I’ve encountered.
A good mystery needs interesting characters and character interactions; and while this isn’t much of a mystery, it is entirely made up of people you like, dislike, or are otherwise intrigued by, simply talking to each other. It’s nice, and also funny. Definitely not the thriller Letterboxd says it is though.