TwentyNine Palms is a jaw-dropingly brash work of art. The result is a truly challenging film, which will confound and anger as many viewers as it stimulates and thrills. Like Lars von Trier's Dogville, TwentyNine Palms will also be accused of anti-Americanism, but Dumont's message is clearly a universal one. He uses a sparse yet familiar American landscape to subvert viewer's expectations, building to one of the most shocking finales in cinematic history.
This is the single most boring film ever! What little dialogue there is gives nothing to the film. The two characters make love noises like demented camals. Congratulations if you can make it through the entire film, you will wonder the entire time how anyone could get the funding for this drivel.