There is a lot of illogicality in the film — in form, not in content — that only emphasizes the absolute absurdity of the modern world. McKay adds spectacular postmodernist features which are inherent in many of his works: one-second documentary frames, animated shots and images of the World Wide Web. The latter, however, looks out of place, as if the director is completely unfamiliar with this digital world.
It is much easier to find flaws in the content of the film as well. This is not the first time when McKay broadcasts his thoughts about this complex topic: in his personal life, he began exploring ways to help the planet four years ago. Since then, the director has switched to an electric car, refused to eat red meat and tried to minimize his carbon footprint. However, the efforts of one, albeit influential person will not solve such a problem, especially in a world where people have forgotten how to hear each other.