SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK is the kind of weird, mind-bending and heartbreaking movie where you walk out of the movie theatre and don’t feel quite right. Like, maybe the sky is the wrong color, or that person across the street can read your mind, or nothing is real and you’re actually dead. (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Solaris were a little like this for me, too.) It’s like Borges, Fellini, Dalí and Willy Loman made a movie together – bizarro, great and kind of a fantastic bummer.