A vision born in the era of German expressionism with high-contrast lighting, distorted sets and hidden symbolism that makes you question your own perception of sanity.
“This is a genuinely creepy film which delves deep into the mysteries of the abnormal mind...an uncomfortable journey to say the least. Everyone is suspect and, in the end, we must ask ourselves: "who is really the mad one here?"
The strange psychedelic markings cultured on the walls of the scenery also contribute to the presence of madness but at times it becomes a bit too overpowering and distracting. In all I feel the scenery is summed up by the words of critic Scott Achlin “...through modern eyes it looks awkward, clunky, and often needlessly confusing.”