Two/One ★★★

The last act, which literalises the film's underlying conceit, also unravels its philosophical and existential heft; logical and narrative absurdity abounds. Yet on the whole, Cabral's debut is remarkably attuned to the sensibilities of the modern world, portraying a globalised and — dare I say — universal consciousness within each and every one of us, as we contend with our place in this vast and alienating society. There are some impressive shots and sequences in this one.