TFoL is... hmm... well, it's... umm... no, that's not quite right... gimme a second to think, here... uhhhhhhhhh... ok, so................. yeah. This game is kind of hard to explain. And actually, explaining it kind of defeats the purpose, anyways. So I guess what I will say is that this is... sort of like a Quentin Tarantino film that's been super-condensed to a length of just 15 minutes and turned into an art experiment. There's no "gameplay" to speak of - it's a first person interactive story-slash-art-piece, nothing more. The graphics are as simple as can be, but it has some cool ideas and is worth checking out if you are open to these sorts of artsy game experiments. I wasn't kidding before, though - the experience is over in literally 15 minutes or so. So just keep that in mind as far as your personal "price vs. playtime" factor goes.
One other note: this game also includes its prequel, "Gravity Bone", for free. I recommend playing this first. To access it, click "career" in the main menu and select Gravity Bone.