Really, for all that the previous movie ("There Was a Father") was all about keeping in your feelings and sacrificing, this movie was about the truth, that keeping it in bakes your brain and makes poison.
This is the one, the start of his mature style. I wonder if it's just the use of the new film stock that made it possible? Really very good.
Afterwards we blew it all away by going to a musicals nightclub event called Musicalifragilistic and singing "Oom Pah Pah" with a room full of people dressed like they were in Cabaret or Chicago (or Duran Duran). Good night all in all. I like my tofu salty.