Artistically, the album is an articulate expression of dream in sound. At times, however, the album’s excessive length serves only to accommodate long and indulgent ambient sections that disrupt the otherwise coherent sequencing.
Too often, the film seems to exploit the younger characters in its story to justify Tom’s arrogance and to praise the values of the older generation he supposedly represents. While this sort of sappy narrative may please the AARP crowd, most others are advised to steer clear.
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