This looks amazing.
Sure, there is (artistic) noise added to this. With the subtitles we see in the beginning, like at 0:08, when the words blip out for a second and become distorted, that is noise, an artistic device that needs to be interpreted. Why? Noise indicates that there is something you are not hearing/seeing. Consider when your screen gets all pixeled-out, and blurry, the "noise" of the pixels and blur, things that don't make any sense, are covering up the real images that do make sense and that you do want to see. When we first see the line of text that says, "To protect CIA outposts and personnel in unstable regions," we think we can believe what we are seeing, because that is all there is to be seen; when it blips out, we know there is interference.
Why is interference important?
the mythical character selling his soul to the devil for earthly pleasures, she has too. I was guessing this, based on her wardrobe (lots of black, and then rotten green) but I will be the first person to admit I am wrong if I am.
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