The credits come onto the screen in parts, along with the lines, and shake about creating the illusion of confusion and distorted sight.
Most every scene is the same and at the same pace.
There's a whole speech at the end explaining the behind the plot.
One interpretation of his murder of Marion is that he does it because she criticizes and mildly insults his dead, abusive mother.
He was tall, but in such a way that you barely noticed.
This film is an exact copy of the original.