The interplay between the audio visual material served dual purposes, to remind us how deep the most trivial images and phrases from advertising permeate our brains years later, and to allow just enough time for the quick costume changes that allow the star of this one man show to give Lon Chaney a run for the new “man of 1000 faces.”
What I didn't like
The voice of the corporate overlord “the eye” (you really have to see it to understand what I’m talking about) was a little hard to understand in spots.
My overall impression
A delightful absurdist comedy that simultaneously skewers the vapidly of modern celebrity, and our worship of corporate America all while doing a dead on parody of Citizen Kane.