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Multiple lives intersect in the aftermath of the violent mugging of a Columbia University philosophy professor in a snowy New York City night. Elsewhere, his daughter-in-law battles cancer, a student of his has self-harm issues, a junkie is dragged to rehab by a childhood best friend and a suburban wife longs for the city.
A bunch of important sentences always said by characters in a serious and lavish tone, who will inexorably be submerged in their worst hardships that the script capriciously chains, in causal rather than casual way. [Full review in Spanish]
A pile of incomprehensible existential gibberish by the vastly untalented actor-writer-director Tim Blake Nelson about the meaning of life in an age of technology, told in the tiresome style of multiple characters who intersect at odd angles ...