As an out of town film arts fan I was surprised to find the touted film forum of nyc was charging $10.00 for a film and had also hired a gaggle of teenaged film snobs to scream in excess about the need to have your ticket out (in your hand), while they apathetically heard' us into the tiniest screening room ever. The audience seemed unaware of themselves as some couple within ear shot were having a competitive discussion of Shakespeare in the most pretentious of tones. The film itself was magically human as well as a highly technical deconstruction of same director' Jorgen Leth's famed short film, "The Perfect Human" (1967), five times. Ultimately, the film's administrator, Lars (Von) Trier catches himself in the very pointed obstructions he serves up to his mentor, Let. The ethos of creativity clash and yet survive a brilliant and mutual creation.