Gabe - wrote on 01/26/14
I have to admit, I'm not quite sure I "get" this film, even after two viewings, but, it sure sets a mood and it transports you back to London in the 60's. As the review below states, the murder is inconsequential, but it does seem to wake him up, but to what, I don't know. Because even after the murder, he just drifts in and out of life. People keep talking about the ending, buy I don't think it's cryptic at all. The body was moved, he watches the mime troupe play tennis and as soon as the murder knocked some meaning into his life, it's sucked right back out and he's back to square one.