The ENTIRE film takes place inside the main character’s car. The only “outside” interactions you get are phone calls he takes or camera shots of the car driving down roads amongst other vehicles. You never once feel claustrophobic or restless because of the setting, which I think is the core grace of the film.
As someone who annotated a novel where over half the setting takes place in a small apartment, it was very fascinating to see how others handled restrained circumstances.
[“BLA and GB Gabbler” (really just a pen name – singular) are the Editor and Narrator behind THE AUTOMATION, vol. 1 of the Circo del Herrero series. They are on facebook, twitter, tumblr, goodreads, and Vulcan’s shit list.]