There’s no way that a project called The Fourth Dimension, being billed as three movies in one, being directed in part by Harmony Korine, starring Val Kilmer could be self-indulgent could it?
The movie is also directed by Aleksei Fedorchenko and Jan Kwiecinksi and defies easy definition. Themes of identity and enlightenment come together (apparently with Kilmer shouting at people in a roller rink) to try to grope at higher planes of existence.
At any rate, it looks just as out there as it sounds. Self-indulgent, perhaps. But maybe it should also be celebrated.
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