Truthfully, this film isn’t for entertainment, this is for film geeks and people who appreciate well produced movies. This movie is made for people who recognize skill and talent and aspects of what makes a good film. It’s for film lovers. This is no superhero film and that’s not what you should go in expecting.
In terms of cinematography this film shines bright, from the very first shot to the very last shot. I loved the use of large yellow stylistic print which adds character to the film. This movie is extremely sinister, it’s dark, there are twists and turns as you watch this man's life fall apart and deteriorate before your eyes. Additionally, the use of colour and at times lack of colour is very important to the story. We see a lot of dark tones and little colour then when he is at his idea of his best we see more colour. For example, when he is standing at the curtain ready to go onto the Murray show or when he dyes his hair bright green. The music used enhances the pure hopelessness and sorrow of the character. In parts of the film it gets really loud and ominous when he is walking down the hall or alone, which adds to the overall tone of the story.