Cert: 15 Year: 2000 Length: 97 mins
Figgis's self-referential Hollywood drama presents the viewer with a screen split into quadrants, each simultaneously displaying an unbroken 93-minute shot. Making the audience look at the way our perceptions of the world have been affected by film, this jaundiced satire is a virtuoso exercise of timing, lighting and planning.
The first truly innovative film of the new millennium
Jason Caro, Film Review
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