The talking cat was the highlight!
This is one of those films I wonder whether I might have liked more if not seen through the lens of my fellow movie-watchers. Nah. Probably not. But I have to say that there were some memorable parts. Who will ever forget Miranda July's embarrassingly horrendous dance and weird dance-wear? Or the little old man and the hair dryer? Miranda July seems to make memorably weird movies about people who think that they're ordinary. Of course, I think I'll not be fooled into thinking she's writing true sci-fi next time.
I wish there had been a more cohesive story at work in this--the collection of strange people and quirky behavior is watchable, but doesn't really engage. July's definitely an interesting filmmaker and I'll watch her next film, but this one left me slightly out.
I heard somewhere that she'd written a book based on answering weird classified ads. But in the end, it came off sounding more like she was making fun of the people more than anything else. I looked for it on Amazon, but I didn't really see any of her books that looked like they fit the description. I think it would be great fun to write such a book ... though I'd be afraid I'd end up looking like a big meanie in the end like Seinfeld & friends.
i believe this film actually try to show was the guideline of modern culture consider a commitment must be fought to death, there is no midle point it is or it isn't and this also make people not take care or their self because they are bussy kepping the commitment
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