I read that the eponymous hero is a believer in the paranormal, which basically means he dug himself into the nightmarish hole shown in the short. Why, there was no evidence of that at all in it!
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Groovy (gnarly) days
Since the 2009 book by Pynchon is also a tribute to The Long Goodbye , I guess PTA could not believe his eyes seeing the chance, to metaphorically bow once more, through a film based on such a tribute, to his idol Robert Altman. In my view, it's like PTA satisfies an urge to leapfrog backwards over Boogie Nights times, with his last film's components (let's call that for example Joanna Newsom's voice-over, Katherine Waterston's bare (!)…
A film that begins as a story of a kind that's already been presented at the cinema, about a land expropriation case. But in the course of the film, something else gradually starts to show up about the characters (those who are enduring the expropriation): in particular, some events happen, but, deliberately, the director refrains from revealing them completely. A film with a substantial screenplay (which, as an added value, makes it a supremely accessible film, by far the most…