Bad Boy Bubby (1993)
This nihilistic comedy about an abused retard stumbling around Adelaide is a thinly-veiled platform for enlightened boomer atheism. At first it's subtly critical of Christianity, but eventually an arch-rationalist leads the titular retard out of a church and into a power plant (a church of science) not to calmly state his worldview but to unleash a frenzied blasphemous diatribe, denying God's existence while damning God at the same time. Later there's a speech about how every religion keeps killing every other religion, and wouldn't society be better if we got rid of that old-fashioned nonsense?
Based on reviews, a lot of the audience was lapping this shit up as peak intellectualism.
In spite of Rolf de Heer's proto-Redditism, the story is still interesting because it's unpredictable by nature. During the credits I noticed a long list of cinematographers--unbeknownst to me, each scene had been shot by a different one of them. I can't think of another film with this approach, which is seamlessly blended together while producing distinctive visual flairs throughout.