You’ll either love it or hate it.
They’ve got the style and feel absolutely right, matched and moved on from the original.
It’s also a sumptuous visual feast, some beautiful imagery.
The story is cerebral and thought provoking, not simplistic and laid out on a plate, unclear at times though…
And it’s slow.
If you “get it” that allows time to appreciate its treasures.
If you don’t you’ll do what four people (in a mostly empty cinema) did, walk out halfway through its 3 hours.
P.S. I loved it.