@valgrind Mmmm, so it depends a lot on taste, probably. It's a work of art, I kind of fell in love with it for the exaggerated facial expressions, the expressive set design, the experimental use of film a s a medium.
There are very slow scenes with nothing happening, compared to modern standards. It's more like theatre to a degree. It's very artistic.
Again, I think a lot comes down to personal taste. The first time I watched it it impacted me quite heavily, I'd seen nothing of the sort previously. I still think it stands as a piece of film.
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