Charlie Kaufman may be one of the most imaginative and unique filmmakers working today. His work sometimes just scratches the surface of sci-fi, but is more about the human existence, and how lonely that existence can be. His work is often cerebral, quirky, and worth a trip.
His latest, Anomalisa, continues this streak. A stop-motion animated feature that is most certainly not for children, the movie manages to work well without really slipping into the uncanny valley. SPOILER-FREE review after the cut.