Sibyl ★★★★

An ingeniously crafted messy delight. A scattered narrative slowly built through an unpredictable montage that's always playing with the concept of the unreliable narrator, but that despite competently approaching very serious issues, such as a deep-seated feeling of inferiority towards the world, kind of works better when it becomes more expressly comedic (leaded by a hilarious Sandra Hüller). Features an almost identical shot, with the same exact music, to the final one in 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire'.

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