Matthew Brady - wrote on 08/30/22
I didn't expect this to be so eerie and terrifying.
Also, the film-making here, in terms of scene transitions and camera movement, is interesting, to say the least. I can only describe the film-making and the film itself as "dreamy" because you know you're about to fall asleep, you black out for a bit without experiencing any dreams, then you wake up, and for a moment you have that feeling of confusion what happened, and the extreme drowsiness hits you hard. Well, in some way, the movie captures that feeling of loss of time.