Truly Dreadful Film
Best movie ever!
The performances transcend the film's tropes, grounding it in characters that feel more complete than this subgenre often produces.
Twilight Zone meets Matrix meets Black Mirror meets Dark, simply put, Isaac Ezban's finest work to date. If you enjoyed the combo mentioned earlier, this movie will twist you upside down from beginning and until the very end.
I had the joy of watching Isaac Ezban's a couple of months ago at BIFFF 2018.It has a great cast, and what I believe is a constant in Ezban's films, a great story.
Ezban's touch is clear and noticeable. It is obvious that the studio believed in his vision. As for the performances, the cast maintained a consistent tone while marking a clear difference between the "versions" of the characters they were playing at the time. The most noticeable performance comes from the film's antagonist, Mr. Robot's Martin Wallström.The cinematography is for sure one of the most experimental aspects fo the film. The choice of providing a completely different visual narrative for each universe visited is brave and super creative but at moments it was a bit too weird for my personal taste.This English-language debut will be a breaking point for the director and it's a great first approach to a wider audience. He's got a hell of a job in adapting Summer of Night, his next project. Worth a watch for sure!!