The first watch of the trailer for Everything Everywhere All At Once will undoubtedly leave you questioning your choice in movies, your sanity, and what you just spend the last three minutes of your life absorbing. But once you get past that undeniable weirdness you’ll get into the heart of what the Daniels (Kwan and Scheinert), the team behind Swiss Army Man–is attempting to convey with this wildly surreal story filled with an incredible supporting cast that is, oddly enough, based on the idea of a relatively normal woman doing her taxes. The film itself is sure to be gorgeous, bizarre, odd, exciting, and damn near incomprehensible based on what we’ve seen so far… but that just makes us want to watch it even more. Everything Everywhere All at Once premiers at South by Southwest in Austin on March 11th.

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