The effect of the clips was jarring, theatrical even, and set the tone for the entire charade. Glover was coming for the necks of his naysayers and in cinematic fashion."
“Glover did pull off an impressive spectacle that shared some elegant visual DNA as “Beychella.”
“Glover was tracked by a variety of oft-kilter camera angles that all seemed more equipped to be used in a Wes Anderson film than on a festival big screen. Ultimately, it was this kind of theatricality that carried Glover’s set to such triumphant heights. Glover set out to create a truly idiosyncratic set that transcended the festival stage, reeling his spectators into his vision.”