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If you are a fanatic of independent and innovative filmmaking, this film is for you. It's visuals are tremendous in their composition, movement, colors, etc. It's sense of editing and storyline progression is involving and thought provoking. This is the type of film that makes you forget traditional narrative expectations of "what will happen next?" or questions like "what is going on?" and instead prompts you to just experience, perceive, and feel the film. A must-see for anyone interested in non-traditional filmmaking and for anyone interested in a pretty movie.
Jon jost is an independent film-maker flying under the mainstream radar,quietly turning out masterpieces like this film.The plot is very simple, but this is really a movie that is meant to be felt rather than thought about.The photos are often breathtakingly beautiful-the camera's dance around the pillars is one of the most nice sequences I've ever seen in any film-Jost can turn the mundane into poetry.And that's the point,Jost is a poet-not a craftsman.Like Lynch and Kubrick his movies have a dream logic and work on a subconscious gut level.Turn off your mind relax and allow this gorgeous,undiscovered gem of a movie wash over you.A disturbing adventure at times but everytime truthful and everytime beautiful.
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