Well, I just finished viewing this movie at Sundance and all I can wish for is that a studio picks up this movie so it can be made into a full length motion picture, since this movie only had a measily 40 minutes to convey the message "I am a schizophrenic with trust fund money". The village voice wrote "An exhilarating audiovisual workout that simultaneously engages multiple parts of the brain, Jacobs's 40-minute movie is a sort of hallucinatory jeremiad." I believe the movie is more likely to cause seizures from all the flashing bright imagery. Seriously, this movie has some stunning visual effects with an eclectic, interesting musical score; However, to run this 'long' short as the second of four movies was a disservice to the third and fourth movies, who's directors were present at showing. Many people left theater because it was too punishing on the senses for 40 minutes. Most did not return for the latter two movies. This movie belongs in the Sundance pavilion where cutting edge experimental movies/techniques are displayed, but at the viewer's self guided pace.