This film grows on me more and more each day.
I have a very low tolerance for graphic, gory on screen violence. I can’t even remember the last time I heard someone’s head blown up or bashed in on the big screen, so that was initially off putting.
But so much is said without saying anything at all. The cinematography, visual composition, and soundtrack were at times lyrical and at others powerful.
The marketing for the film is all over the place, and so many different trailers portray the film to be something it is not.
I’d say this one captures the true feel and tone of the film best:
And while I haven’t read a great deal of articles or watched many interviews [yet], I stumbled upon a worthwhile theory on IMBD that articulates a lot very well.