Just as visually striking as the movie. Although Roy's figure down at the bottom seems a bit stiff. Although, really it doesn't hurt the image any. The brushwork ties the whole thing together very well. That bit kind of reminds me of Dave mckean's work.
This film, yes. Roger Ebert said that some will watch it for no other reason than because it's exists, there never will be anything like it - and he is right.
(and yeah, it is because of this movie that i discovered Lee Pace all anew (the first time i saw but didn't realise him was in that last Twilight movie. Fair enough, he actually was the only of those vampire idiots that i liked ). After that, i got into Pushing Daisies and tadaa, there you go with a new addition to my favourite actors-list.)