Unfortunately, this movie features only one interesting character: The woman. It is quite nicely made, but there was no real surprise at the end - except that the woman is possibly ... barking mad. Which could be funny, but I somehow felt strangely distant, as Morris probably did.
The editing and the motion graphics were nice, but not nice enough to deepen my interest. It felt to me like the movie tried to make up for lost storylines, by introducing the cut-aways to the animated typo. I would have pushed the animators far more to go into "crazy" areas and more interpretative than just emphasizing voice-over. I mean, it's Errol Morris - he can do whatever he wants!