This movie just gets better on repeat viewing. The first time I watched it, I was struck by how little exposition there was in the movie. To an almost bewildering degree, virtually any line of dialogue that might serve to explain what the hell is going on is absent. So you actually have to follow what the characters are doing on screen. This isn't ideal for half-assed movie viewing while doing something else, which is how I watched it the first time.
On repeats though, I've really grown to love how stylized and spare the script and editing are. This movie is seriously tight.
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