At the Very Bottom of Everything (Di dasar segalanya)
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At the Very Bottom of Everything (Di dasar segalanya)
A woman struggling with mental illness allows us to take a look inside her troubled mind in this experimental drama from Indonesian filmmaker Paul Agusta. A woman (Kartika Jahja) sitting in a colorful room lit by neon tubes smokes cigarettes and talks about her experiences with manic depression and bipolar disorder. As she speaks at length about her condition and the toll it has taken upon her, the screen displays a dizzying variety of images that reflect her unstable moods, running the gamut from a dangerous escape down a raging river to impressionistic tableaux created using stop-motion… More