“Sand is misrepresented,” mumbles Joel, the legend of this comic drama, who’s fooled around work for the day to mope around the shoreline. “It’s fair … modest little shakes.” That bum epiphany could just have originated from the pen of Charlie Kaufman, maker of Being John Malkovich and Adaptation, and one of the not very many screenwriters in Hollywood – maybe the main screenwriter – whose authorial personality supersedes the director’s. For this situation, it is Michel Gondry, who likewise coordinated Kaufman’s chimp drama, Human Nature.
Everlasting Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is suffused with Kaufman’s one of a kind appeal, his existential buffoonery, his compassionate love for the desolate and defenseless. It’s an exceptionally Kaufmanesque account test, in fact smart and complex. It additionally resembles some lost comic drama thought by Philip K Dick; you could call this film We Can Forget It for You Retail. Be that as it may, it is additionally overcooked and frantic, with some visual traps and contrivances rehashed frequently enough to prompt a lessening return of oddity and impact.