Our hero takes a complicated lease on a room, then tries to figure out a way to pay the rent and discovers he can sell dreams. Senses of Cinema describes it this way:
The finished film is a compilation of seven unrelated dream sequences linked together by a shared frame story, each of which was filmed by Richter and “designed” in collaboration with one of his artist friends from Europe (in order: Fernand Léger, Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Man Ray and Hans Arp) and, finally, Richter by himself.
Rotten Tomatoes doesn't have enough critic reviews to have a score, but the audience rating is 61%.
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