When Sam discovers a mysterious woman named Sarah, who plays in his apartment swimming pool, begins to be stunned because she suddenly disappeared. Sam is a 33-year-old boy who began a search for the girl who suddenly disappeared all over Los Angeles to try to find out the secret of her disappearance. It is a search journey that leads to the mysterious depths of the scandal and conspiracies in Los Angeles.
The pretense of muddling nonsense with intellectual rigor means that it will forever be impossible to consider Under the Silver Lake as anything other than an exercise in smugness from a creative mind that has only the barest grasp on the theses it posits
It's the kind of raggedy-ass thriller that only gets made when a young filmmaker, emboldened by success, moves past virtues of concision, hoping to summon the full, meandering spell of a paranoid dream. Don't hold it against him.