Leonard (Guy Pierce) is running, but he can't remember if is he being chased or if he is the chaser. Leonard spits in a drink; just minutes later, he gulps it down, not remembering his expectoration. Leonard has some problems.
Watching Time Code is akin to going into an appliance store and observing a wall of televisions tuned to different channels. Director and writer Mike Figgis divides the screen into four quadrants, each showing a different, but related, 93-minute uncut shot. Is it any good? Let’s put it this way:
Depersonalizing the buyer is the key to efficient selling. That's not an entirely unexpected theme in a film about three salesmen. What is unexpected in The Big Kahuna is the specific corollary to that statement: depersonalizing the buyer is the key to the efficient selling of Christ.