A beautifully shot film that is short and snappy, with very little fat. Simple and effective storytelling meets daring directorial decisions that all paid off, at least to me. Truly a hidden gem in a renowned director's absolutely stacked filmography.
So, a drive-in theater wasn't the ideal way to watch this, but I think I liked it? The gimmick of the film is neat, but used sparingly. I do feel like I have to rewatch it to make sure I caught all the narrative beats.