Honestly, there were a couple of moments when I sincerely hoped the film would just break and we wouldn't be able to watch anymore. The only thing I really truly, consistently enjoyed was the Matre'D.
Really though, it must be exhausting to be Matthew Barney, physically and mentally. I don't think watching three films made by and about him in one weekend was such a wise idea on my part. These are the kind of visual collections that need to be taken in small doses. Anyway, it was nice to see some repeating themes, i.e. the petroleum tank and his petroleum sculptures, though it really is a thoroughly disgusting medium. Mssr. Barney also seems to have a thing for double amputees. Just an observation.
Anyway, I enjoyed Drawing Restraint 9. That was probably helped by watching "No Restraint" beforehand, but perhaps it was more of the, "hey, there's actually a linear plot here!" Interestingly enough, though, there were times when Bjork didnt quite fit the part. I never would have thought that possible.