Never mind how the getaway car goes from sideswiping a fire hydrant to the bottom part of the hydrant puncturing up through the bottom of the car (not cutting through it from the side) and protruding into the passenger area.
What I want to know is whether the filmmakers are saying that our emerging hero, who's still in step 2 (refusal of the call to adventure) of his his Campbellian 16ish-step monomyth even though this scene is a third of the way through the film (clearly Campbell forgot to count songs as steps in the sequence) - and I just realized that means there are still 14ish more stages to go in this mess! Nahiiiin! Or "Neeee!" since we're in Prague - also has latent virility yet to be tested and spring forth. I'm just not sure. It's all so remarkably nuanced.
Riz Raizada's bloody sword-wielding puppets, though? Creepy.