The performing artist’s 2010 demise happened before executive Linda Yellen could start postproduction, and she in the end propelled a Kickstarter battle to raise finishing stores. For this situation, however, fruition is entirely a specialized matter. The erratic completed item would be unwatchable notwithstanding the establishing nearness of the two leads and JoBeth Williams’ supporting turn.
Container plays Nick Twain, an once-strong maker whose most recent venture is a bit of vainglorious rubbish called Barium Enigma. That pleasantly wound title speaks to a larger amount of pleasantry than the greater part of what goes for amusingness in the screenplay by Yellen and Michael Leeds. Surprisingly better, however, is Twain’s pitch-consummate portrayal of the element as a “postapocalyptic excite ride with an ecological message.”