The movie doesn't quite make sense, but most of the artistic indulgences can be overlooked because of the relatively short running time of the movie. However, its biggest flaw is the dependency on hand-held camera action. I nearly threw up in the middle of the movie and had to stop watching quite a few times. I only kept going because I knew how short the movie was. I know the supposed strength of a hand-held camera is that it is supposed to foster a sense of intimacy and immediacy in the scene. But in truth, it usually tends to distract and distance the viewer, especially if it's used for extended periods of time. And for those that are sensitive to it (like me), it causes a rather unforgiving nausea. This is the reason I dock points from this movie. You may call my judgment impaired (and it probably is), but since the impairment was caused by how the movie was directed, I think that's fair.
Finally, but not least, the music for this movie was one of the wondrous aspects of it.