The summary for this movie doesn’t do it any justice. The main character is played by six different actors, giving the movie a surreal, disjointed feel. The first time this happened I had to back the movie up to make sure that I heard it right. While it isn’t touted as a major plot line, the concept of protesting abortions is prevalent throughout the film. I wasn’t sure if it was to show the producer’s own personal beliefs “right to life” or to expose the nutty fringe of those who care more about unborn masses of cells than their fellow man justifying the death of born children in the campaign to stop abortion doctors.
The movie is graphic in language, jolting in subject matter, and confusing and disjointed through the use of multiple actors as the main character.
- pal·in·drome (păl’ĭn-drōm’) pronunciation
1. A word, phrase, verse, or sentence that reads the same backward or forward. For example: A man, a plan, a canal, Panama!
Maybe the movie would have made more sense running backwards.
All I can say is, “huh?”