I liked this film enough that I couldn't let it go unreviewed, nor leave the totally inadequate professional review unanswered. This movie is about Harry, a story-telling advertising executive who, after a near-death experience, returns to an intensely introspective life. He gradually gets the notion (not without some support) that he is in hell, being punished for his "sins" as a marketer.
The film tracks his increasingly surreal existence, and his ultimate quest for redemption. It is, in turns, bizarre, grotesque, touching, and comedic. It is, in fact, almost as strange as real life, which is saying something.
Harry inspires sympathy, allowing you to experience his strange journey through all of its twists and turns. The movie ultimately is about a warped and unbalanced modern culture, but it delivers its message through Harry's (delusional?) perceptions of the world, in a treatment that is much more humorous than preachy.
If you like offbeat movies that touch on the metaphysical and provide a challenging counterpoint to some of our cultural norms (Frank Zappa meets Joseph Campbell? <shudder>), you might find this movie to be very special indeed.