Yes, it's great.
Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby" is an eye-popping visual feast of Jazz Age excess, with Luhrmann's over-the-top visuals neatly matching the appearance-is-everything mindset of its title character (played with charm and intensity by Leonardo DiCaprio). The cast, which includes Carey Mulligan as the waiflike Daisy Buchanan and Tobey Maguire as the ever-observant Nick Carraway, is perfect in this feverish adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel.
Another fascinating take at an obsessed character is Matteo Garrone's biting satire "Reality." It centers on a Neapolitan fishmonger (Aniello Ariel) who auditions for the Italian version of "Big Brother" – and, when he's convinced he's a shoo-in for the show, becomes paranoid that TV producers are watching his every move. Garrone's fluid camera and Ariel's unhinged performance highlight this powerful look at how TV "reality" can blind people to the reality around them.