This is the penultimate form of the medium's artistic conclusion. Reply if you disagree.
Sounds like you don't know what the word penultimate means.
But in all honesty, it's a terrible flick; unmotivated editing, wooden acting (accept for Franco's campy, cringe educing performance), and ultimately pointless.
I'm sure the few people who like this are social rejects who want to live vicariously how they believe normal people their age do while also giving them a sense of superiority for not giving in to social pressures.
It's hard to tell since you barely said anything about it.
But if you mean it precedes the "the medium's artistic conclusion" then you used it correctly. In that case I'd like to know what you think this "conclusion" is?
>In that case I'd like to know what you think this "conclusion" is?
The ultimate artistic conclusion is yet to come. With that being said, I consider Lynch's Inland Empire to be the placeholder.