I also detect a moral woven within these scenes, that we shouldn’t hold on to grudges as they don’t just affect those immediately involved, but also those around us.
The styling is very Brechtian, with placards and time jumps of memory, which I personally love, being a fan of Bertolt Brecht from my own days of theatre as a teen. A mentionable name who clearly uses Brechtian type style for films has to be Quentin Tarantino, one of my favourite directors and screen writers. So with that in mind, I do see bright things in the future for this screen writer/director/producer if he keeps up this quality of writing.
Marks is definitely a film I would love to see on screen!