the disorder and the pills
i have no idea what just happened. i just tripped balls sober and i'm coming down from this awful high hard.
a 3 for being utterly baffling on three points
characters = why do they appear to be adults but are seemingly students in an elementary school class?
'glenn has a bevy of mental issues going on: inability to focus, unable to distinguish the progression of child-to-adult activities, unable to comprehend the purpose simple objects like bouquets, lack of simple survival desires such as reproach from strangers and eating, and rampant hallucinations.
why does he suddenly change all his inklings about the girl the second he sees his previous drawing, smooch her, and run off hollering?
our female lead isn't much better since although she demands fine dining and apparel, she's instantly wooed by a crayon drawing made by a grown man who lays stomach-down on the carpet using crayola fats. sure, there are well-adjusted people who still prefer childhood hobbies like mindless doodling, but they get a sketchbook and a pencil.
plot = very few of the shenanigans really contributed to the story at all and about half of this flash felt like padding, but it was hard padding to even follow.
score = the music was a constant jarring trip-inducer, it followed no mood of the characters and had no cohesive melody, compounded with the fact that the whole thing was shot like a point-of-view horror movie, i felt nauseous and battered by the end....
....the end that never came.