I have only one comment on this because I am not about to view it, start to finish. The comment is that the film makers are nitwits to have filmed this with intentionally unnecessary camera movements. These are an utter distraction, one of the worst attempts at art that I've encountered in my trek through modern films; and the amount of crappy choices in these films is really, really high.
The camera movements are apparently made to simulate what an amateur video typically looks like, which is very shaky, but not quite as bad as that. The typical motion is a lateral to and fro motion, but up-down and circular motions are also present.
This occurs in scenes that are relatively quiet. The usual crap in other movies is to shake the camera all over the place for a fight or rapid action, as opposed to staging it so that one can follow it. The other crap of choice is to edit the action with such few frame snippets that no one except perhaps Superman can follow it.
Other notable defects run the gamut. One of the worst is incomprehensible sound tracks, exacerbated by "actresses" who whisper, sometimes joined by the actors. A dvd of an old noir will typically have totally clear and loud sound. Modern audio varies but is usually more muffled.
Scenes of screwing are usually a boring waste of film.
This is only the beginning of the many faults I find in modern movies.