Shot on digital, this isn't actually as gruelling as it sounds. Mainly because what Jacobs is experimenting with is the perception of movement and how working with digital equipment easily lets the director play with that. So, you have Flo jittering within an otherwise still image; or you have a guy on a motorbike suddenly appearing around the oncoming bend and juddering past, almost ghostlike.
The result is never much more than what it literally is and is unlikely to appear as a support feature at your next visit to your local multiplex. However, if some of the moments from this were suddenly dropped into a conventional film then the effect could be quite startling.
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