Beautifully Provocative and Strange
This art house, drama, horror show gives an accurate take on anxiety. It's beautifully filmed and there is a lot of symbolism, most of which I don't understand, but it's audacity is what stands out the most. The third part descends into some gruesome and repulsive acts that are effectively hard to watch, yet I couldn't look away. It's a film that inflicts it's character's pain onto the viewer, but knows when not to go too far.