The camerawork is fucking insane - the logistics and attention to detail required for the dynamic continuous take, particularly in the cramped spaces of dressing rooms and busy New York streets and bars, and with the innumerable reflective surfaces in the aforementioned, is mind blowing to comprehend. The periodically diegetic score is unnerving, reflecting Riggan’s chaotic, disquieted mind well.
The whole cast is very good but Keaton and Norton in particular really understood the assignment.
My only gripe is that the story is not quite as profound as it aspires to be.
Finally, will somebody please get this man a fucking psychiatrist!