"The logic becomes the chaos and the chaos becomes the logic", said Jenna Malone about the making of each scene. And that's very true of this film, chaos and logic are the dancing smoke streaming from the reefer.
But there's nothing quite like watching Josh Brolin as the hippie hating Big Foot 'with that little evil twinkle in his eye that says civil rights violations', deep throat a chocolate coated banana has the whole cinema in stitches.
Brolin has described the film as 'Like sitting down, taking a massive bong hit and watching Chinatown. It's a fun movie if you allow yourself to just let it go and watch an amazing amalgamation of scenes and characters and then if you want to get into it, there's actually a labyrinth to follow.' And I tend to agree with him. It's the kind of film you don't want to take too seriously. Walking out of the film, my boyfriend said - I just didn't get it. I'd advise viewers to just take it as you see it and allow the film to wash over you to truly enjoy it.