What is it about this movie?
That is so memorable? It isn't very well crafted, it's often boring, and yet I can't seem to forget it (and I'm not just talking about the sex, people).
Maybe it's the combination of the music and unique presentation of the scenery/aesthetics that makes this movie so damn addictive and memorable.
All I know is, I dug the hell out of it...regardless of whether or not it succeeds as "art", or even competant storytelling. It's just pure cinematic freedom, making something with next to nothing...and I love that.
Does anyone else?