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fortifiedmischief OP wrote

ok so that was a wild ride. it moves pretty fast, had a bit of a hard time keeping up at the beginning but then i got into the groove eventually.
some thoughts:
-when he ends up at the art show naked i was like... you're in advertising... why do you look like you're preparing for a role in Marvel haha
-i know it doesn't "really" "matter" but i can't help but speculate cause i'm a lil neurotic but also it's fun... was the whole last scene just a drug induced hallucination??
-overall honestly i think I loved the movie. it always stressed me out when i don't see characters eat at all, but he kept his health up regardless. clap clap.
the whole body of the story that had to do with the advertising industry inventing a reality for the public was obvi really interesting/legit. and on an entertaining level, the ads he came up with were so good -- honestly would have been happy just watching him come up with ads like that for at least an hour.

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fortifiedmischief OP wrote

he's supposed to be a poor poet

having researched the actor after the fact, i feel like the director didn't have a choice lol, mr Epifantsev seems to take body building very seriously

You mean him as an old man resting by the country path and then multiplying?

no the whole... starting with him going to sleep at the top of the "tower of babel" and waking up naked at the art fair! like that whole part until the end i was just waiting for him to wake up!! hahah

had some shrimps

omg that part made my hungry. interesting to see him go at it with a fork and knife ha

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fortifiedmischief OP wrote

wild wild wild. see I have a thing about people going to sleep in movies... unless it shows the character waking up again... I just assume the rest of the movie is a dream

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