Just watched Infinity Chamber.
This is the kind of movie that I really, really enjoy...but I know that a lot of people don't like at all. I think the last time that I watched a movie with this kind of lasting appeal, is when I watched Upstream Color a number of years ago.
Basically, it's a twisty-turny psychological film with a looping plotline that you need to be willing to fully immerse yourself in. You can't watch it as an afterthought while you're doing other things. You really need to put yourself in the position of this guy, and just allow your brain to sync with the film. In fact, I watched it with my VR headset on...which was a great decision in retrospect.
I really don't want to explain the storyline in any detail at all, because these types of movies are best experienced with no pretext. Hell...I just read the synopsis for the movie right now (after watching it)...and the synopsis doesn't do it any favors at all.
If you like psychological movies, I would recommend it.
Edited by Generations, 10 January 2018 - 06:39 AM.