Overall, the film works better as a collection of beautiful images rather than as a cohesive narrative.
This is an international story about lies, deceit, and the powerlessness one must accept when living abroad.
Rabies is a witty, darkly comic, yet sometimes oddly sentimental recalculation of well-entrenched Western genre conventions.
The film feels as if it suffers from the same general ennui that its characters love to affect.
As Mattie might say, in her almost biblical sense of wisdom, an eye for an eye, no pun intended.
I wonder if Zuckerburg likes Thai food.