Charlie Kaufman's diseased masterpiece SYNECDOCHE, NY is one of the boldest films I've ever seen.
I can't imagine how I will ever write a review of this incredible piece of work.
Fellini-esque in its ambition and scope, SYNECDOCHE, NY makes all of Kaufman's previous scripts (BEING JOHN MALKOVICH, ETERNAL SUNSHINE, ADAPTATION, HUMAN NATURE, CONFESSIONS OF A DANGEROUS MINDS) seem positively normal.
This is easily one of the best films of the year, if not the best. I am still mulling it over. For now, if you want some non-spoiler reviews to look at, I suggest you read reviews from Ebert and Dargis. They say it better than I'll ever be able too.