Chris, it appears it's another RED One shot production where the post house didn't know how to handle the footage. It's clear as day that they only did a 2K debayer instead of a full debayer, which is why there is massive aliasing. The reason for all of the banding is because the footage is so clean. The conversion from 10-12 bit linear to 8-bit is typically done via rounding, which creates these artifacts. The reason you don't see this in film productions is because film grain acts as noise to hide the perception of this.
All of the RED users love to cry and shout how awesome the camera is, but then they turn around and botch all of the picture quality of using it in post-production.